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XL Hybrids expands product line with GM Cutaway/Cab Chassis

Sustainability| June 16, 2015

The new product would allow universities, transit agencies and for-hire transportation companies that use small shuttle buses to easily cut fuel costs while supporting sustainability efforts.

Woman claims she was on Chicago bus involved in fatal crash

Bus| June 16, 2015

Agency claimed the bus was empty, however, the woman’s lawyer said there is no doubt she was on the bus, based in part on her Ventra card data and a news photo that shows her at the scene.

Management & Operations| June 16, 2015

Australian transport system introduces 'secret shopper' program

The contractors test everything from ticket office staff knowledge to barrier staff uniform presentation and the level of litter at stations.

Motorcoach| June 16, 2015

Greyhound launches real-time bus tracking system

Automatically updating every one to four minutes, BusTracker pulls data from three tracking systems installed on all of Greyhound’s buses to provide the latest schedule status for customers.

Government Issues| June 16, 2015

Tennessee ride-sharing law hailed as model for nation

The bill, which Gov. Bill Haslam signed into law on May 20, appears to block traditional cab services from incorporating app-based hailing of cabs into their business models and also sets up insurance requirements.

Rail| June 16, 2015

Bombardier creates new group media relations department

The company's various media relations work will be coordinated, in close cooperation with 16 country and region representatives, from its corporate headquarters in Berlin.

Management & Operations| June 15, 2015

KCATA close to taking over city's bus, paratransit services

According to a proposed, one-year contract between the city of Independence and the KCATA, the city will pay the KCATA $685,005 for those services. Independence estimates the management transfer will save the city about $100,000 a year.

Accessibility| June 15, 2015

Pa. paratransit users concerned about coming changes

The Westmoreland County Transit Authority is set to consolidate its paratransit system to one provider, National Express, which has some users worried about the future of its Senior Shared Ride Program.

Accessibility| June 15, 2015

N.Y. legislators want to simplify paratransit recertification process

Under current law, the MTA requires a recertification every five years that entails paperwork, doctor visits and physical evaluations at Access-A-Ride offices, which keeps users from abusing the program according to the MTA.

Accessibility| June 15, 2015

N.Y. county adds 19 new vehicles to paratransit fleet

Each Phoenix vehicle, manufactured by Coach & Equipment Mfg. Corp., is wheelchair accessible, featuring a side-entry lift near the front of the bus with double leaf lift doors.

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