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Stertil-Koni set to debut VR at APTA EXPO

Technology| September 29, 2017

Will display heavy duty vehicle lifts that are all fully Buy America-Compliant. There, visitors can see a real Skylift, Diamond, Ecolift, and wireless mobile column lifts in action.

Keolis, MBTA tap special equipment to manage 'slippery-rail season'

Security and Safety | September 28, 2017

Commuter rail operator utilizing power washers and drones to reduce impact of slippery rail created by leaves, debris on tracks.

Technology| September 28, 2017

Litens, Romaine Electric release overrunning alternator decoupler pulley for transit market

The Monster OAD pulley is specifically designed to eliminate systemic belt drive failures known to exist on every transit OEM engine platform.

Motorcoach| September 28, 2017

IMG partners with int'l tour group for customer service training

The ITMI training will help build brand recognition, increase driver morale and retention, and give tips for handling the challenges on the road and long-distance travel.

Management & Operations| September 28, 2017

First Transit names Varner to regional VP post

He was most recently the executive director of Rock Region METRO in Little Rock, Ark.

Government Issues| September 28, 2017

Martinez nominated to lead FMCSA

He is currently the chairman and chief administrator of the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission and a member of the New Jersey State Planning Commission.

Technology| September 28, 2017

Ford, Lyft team for development, deployment of self-driving cars

Company will put self-driving vehicles on Lyft's open platform, which will allow Ford to integrate into Lyft's ride-hailing system and access a number of real-life driving scenarios from which the cars can learn how to act and react.

Management & Operations| September 28, 2017

Connect Transit to add electronic advertising signs

Will split revenue with UberDisplays 50/50 over the five-year deal. Officials hope it will bring in $150,000 per year for the system, but that assumes more buses get signs.

Management & Operations| September 28, 2017

Connect Transit appoints permanent GM

Isacc Thorne will focus on making sure there are ADA-compliant bus stops with shelters and examining fare structures.

Security and Safety | September 27, 2017

WMATA report finds rail station managers unprepared for emergencies

Agency's quality control team says that inspectors found inoperative flash lights, expired first aid materials, and myriad inconsistent mechanisms for unlocking emergency lock boxes in a review of 19 stations over the summer.

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