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Party Bus owner charged with manslaughter

Motorcoach| April 10, 2015

Jon Reno St. James was immediately ordered into custody after the clerk read the jury's verdict. St. James faces up to four years in jail and is set to be sentenced May 29.

San Francisco passes new tour bus law

Motorcoach| April 10, 2015

The city’s Board of Supervisors unanimously gave preliminary approval to an ordinance requiring most tour bus operators to employ a second, non-driving guide to provide commentary. The new law follows the fatal collision in October in a crosswalk in front of San Francisco City Hall.

Motorcoach| April 10, 2015

CH Bus delivers TS 30 to Hawaii

The new 34-seat mini coaches feature designer upholstery, reclining chairs with adjustable footrests, and individual lighting and air conditioning controls. The large tinted windows with adjustable shades offer wide panoramic views, while an air ride suspension provides a smooth, comfortable ride.

Management & Operations| April 9, 2015

Former ops chief Kelly named interim GM at AC Transit

Kathleen Kelly’s appointment will take effect on Monday April 13th . She will take over the duties of David Armijo who resigned as the agency’s CEO on  March 26th.

Rail| April 9, 2015

Alstom Citadis tram technology debuts in China

The Songjiang district plans to build six tramway lines by 2020. The 30 Citadis trams will run on the two first lines, T1 and T2, that will cover a total distance of 31 kilometers and include 42 stations. These two lines are expected to be in operation by 2017 and transport 173,000 persons per day. In total, the city of Shanghai plans to build 800 km of tramway network by 2020[2].

Government Issues| April 9, 2015

Proposals to eliminate transit funding would cost U.S. $227 billion

More than 350 organizations in communities across the country call on Congress to
"Stand Up for Transportation" and invest long-term in the nation's transportation infrastructure.

Sustainability| April 9, 2015

Proterra to expand manufacturing of electric buses to California

The proposed facility, to be located in the San Gabriel Valley, is expected to be operational by the fourth quarter of 2015 and will create more than 70 new local jobs. Additionally, the company announced that Foothill Transit, the primary public transit provider of the San Gabriel and Pomona valleys, has placed its fourth order in just five years for Proterra’s EV buses.

Rail| April 8, 2015

Alstom to supply five extra Citadis trams to Bordeaux Métropole

The Citadis trams will offer optimal on-board journey quality, with a fully low floor, air conditioning, a video surveillance system, and audio and visual information. Up to 98% recyclable, Citadis contributes to the preservation of the environment.

Rail| April 8, 2015

Fare evaders could cost Minn. Metro $1.5M annually

The 20-page report prepared by the regional planning agency found that “fare evasion” is worse on the nearly year-old Green Line, which connects the downtowns of Minneapolis and St. Paul.

Rail| April 8, 2015

Ind.'s Hoosier State line gets FRA extension

For the past year, INDOT has been working to improve passenger rail between Indianapolis and Chicago on behalf of the state and communities with stops along the Hoosier State line. Recently, INDOT has been making progress in negotiating long-term agreements with two experienced passenger rail providers, Amtrak and Iowa Pacific.

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