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79th Trailways conference slated for Calif.

Motorcoach| February 19, 2015

The Trailways Annual Stockholders Meeting and Conference is a private gathering comprised of only Trailways Transportation owners and representatives. Located throughout North American and parts of Europe, these privately owned or operated bus and coach companies are affiliated with the well-known respected Trailways brand.

MCI introduces Web-based learning, ramps up 2015 training schedule

Motorcoach| February 19, 2015

The Learning Management System works with smart phones and tablets as well as PCs and Macs, allowing technicians to access the modules at their work stations

Motorcoach| February 19, 2015

CH Bus delivers Temsa TS-45 to Texas

Arrow Trailway’s TS 45 coach has seating for 56 passengers and includes quality features such as 110-volt plugs with USB ports, Alcoa Durabright wheels, REI monitors, and side and driver shades.

Management & Operations| February 19, 2015

KCATA names new president/CEO

Joe Reardon, the former Mayor/CEO of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kan., is a long-time advocate for public transportation, credited for the introduction of Sunday bus service in Kansas City, still the only community in Kansas to provide any regular bus service on Sundays.

Government Issues| February 19, 2015

Foxx bus tour makes stop in Charlotte N.C.

Visit is part of a four-day, five state bus tour, The GROW AMERICA Express, highlighting the importance of investing in America’s infrastructure and to encourage Congress to act on a long-term transportation bill.

Security and Safety | February 19, 2015

Canadian transit operator protection bill to become law

Amends the Criminal Code to make it an aggravating circumstance that the judge must consider if the victim of an assault is a public transit operator, defined to include drivers of not just city and intercity buses and surface rail, but also school buses, taxis, ferries and subways.

Rail| February 18, 2015

Texas group recommends final high-speed rail corridor

Calls on FRA to move forward with consideration of the utility corridor expected to travel near Hwy. 290 in Harris County and north through a portion of Grimes County.

Security and Safety | February 18, 2015

Report: D.C. Metro knew smoke-emergency system was an issue

A complete software replacement is needed to “make the rail system safer for customers and employees [and to] provide improved customer satisfaction through more reliable and efficient operation,” according to the Nationa Safety Transportation Board.

Rail| February 18, 2015

Detroit streetcar tech center renderings unveiled

The cost to design and build the facility, which includes community input, is estimated to be $6.9  million.

Security and Safety | February 18, 2015

Chicago Transit: Serious crime down 26%

Across the rail system, overall serious personal and property crimes decreased 24% in 2014. Robberies on the rail system decreased 26% in 2014 to 210 and have declined each year since 2011. Robberies on trains fell 23% and 28% at stations and platforms. Thefts decreased across the rail system, with the number of incidents down 31% on trains and down 12% on platforms and at stations.

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