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National League of Cities unveils guide to piloting autonomous vehicles

Mobility| October 18, 2018

More than 50% of America’s largest cities are preparing for AVs — up from less than 10% three years ago, according to group.

TEXRail tests Stadler trains at DFW Airport

Rail| October 18, 2018

Trinity Metro ordered eight diesel-electric low-floor multiple unit FLIRT from Stadler in June 2015 for the TEXRail project.

Bus| October 18, 2018

Senator visits Midwest Bus Corp., lauds job creation

Due to the size of a 155-bus order from MBTA, dozens of new jobs have been created by the company.

Security and Safety | October 18, 2018

Failure to control vehicle, impairment to blame for Texas bus crash

The deadly crash occurred when a pick-up truck driver crossed a double, solid-yellow centerline, entered the southbound lane, and collided with a bus carrying 13 passengers.

Motorcoach| October 18, 2018

DATTCO operator named Conn.'s Motorcoach Driver of the Year

John Davis’ career as a motorcoach operator spans more than three decades and over three million miles driven.

Mobility| October 17, 2018

Highlights from BusCon 2018 in Indianapolis

Mobility, technology, and new vehicles were just some of the highlights of event held Oct. 1 to 3.

Security and Safety | October 17, 2018

CUTA calls for random drug testing rules for transit after pot legalized

To date, Canada has declined to follow the lead of other countries, including the U.S., U.K., and Australia, which permit or require this practice.

Mobility| October 17, 2018

TNCs caused half of San Francisco's congestion since 2010: Report

Employment and population growth were primarily responsible for the remainder of the worsening congestion.

Rail| October 17, 2018

L.A. Metro begins tunneling on first section of Purple Line extension

Twin tunnel boring machines will begin by tunneling parallel underground sections between the future Wilshire/La Brea Station and the current Wilshire/Western Purple Line terminus.

Rail| October 16, 2018

Report proposes integrating Metro-North, LIRR fares to boost access

NYC Comptroller Stringer called on the MTA to improve job access, reduce commute times, extend the reach of the transit system, and relieve overcrowding.

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