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Fla.'s Palm Tran names Forbes as new executive director

Management & Operations| November 5, 2015

Most recently, Clinton Forbes served as VP, operations, for the Central Ohio Transit Authority, overseeing 860 employees.

Oklahoma City seeks to change streetcar manufacturer

Rail| November 4, 2015

After signing a $23 million contract with Inekon Group a.s. to build five streetcars, the city is seeking to open negotiations with Brookville Equipment Corp., because Inekon did not meet its terms.

Security and Safety | November 4, 2015

MBTA to unveil winter plan, approves PTC contract

Earlier this year, Gov. Charlie Baker announced an $83 million plan to prevent the same problems the system experienced last winter. The T’s winter plan on the subway includes the installation of snow plows on Red and Orange Line trains and new third rail on the Red Line.

Government Issues| November 4, 2015

New U.S. DOT tool promotes health through transportation

For the first time, this site compiles data on how all states and communities are performing on a range of health-related transportation indicators.

Management & Operations| November 4, 2015

N.J. Transit chief expected to be tapped to lead NYC Transit

Hakim would become the first woman appointed to head NYCT, which is seen as one of the most challenging jobs in the transportation industry, and among the most prominent.

Management & Operations| November 4, 2015

D.C. Metro plans to offer GM post to second pick

After corporate financial expert Neal S. Cohen declined the job, D.C. Council member Jack Evans said the second of two finalists “is still interested” in the position.

Rail| November 3, 2015

Woman asked to prove pregnancy during subway seat row

The woman was wearing a "Baby on Board" badge when the argument over a priority seat happened on the London Underground's Victoria line on October 28.

Rail| November 3, 2015

Cincinnati Streetcar takes delivery of first vehicle

The streetcar system, which is scheduled to begin passenger service in September 2016, consists of a 3.6-mile loop extending from The Banks, through Downtown and north to Findlay Market in Over-the-Rhine.

Sustainability| November 3, 2015

Electric rickshaw service corners Denver microtransit market

The idea for eTuk Denver stemmed from a trip to see the San Pedro Volcano in Panajachel, Guatemala, in 2013.

Rail| November 3, 2015

Bombardier's battery-powered tram sets range record

THe 26-mile trial run in Mannheim, Germany, using a the company's Primove battery-powered tram, sets distance record for catenary-free operation.

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