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Prevost begins production of N.Y. MTA buses in Plattsburgh

Bus| December 24, 2014

Prevost has invested $26 million in its Plattsburgh, N.Y. facility to undergo a 10,000 square foot expansion, which will accommodate an assembly production line.

Alstom awarded maintenance contracts for regional trains in Sweden

Rail| December 24, 2014

With these new contracts, the number of trains maintained by Alstom in Sweden is 219.

Rail| December 23, 2014

Honolulu's rail transit costs could rise by up to $700M

Dan Grabauskas, HART’s executive director/CEO blames higher construction costs, as well as the costs associated with legal delays and other factors, for the potential increase.

Management & Operations| December 23, 2014

NYCT courtesy campaign aims to stop 'manspread'

In January, a series of placards will begin appearing inside subway cars and then buses and the commuter railroads in February. They will bear gentle, but firm reminders pointing out common courtesies that can make traveling by mass transit more enjoyable for everyone.

Bus| December 23, 2014

ASV names new Goshen, Collins presidents

John Resnik, president of Champion Bus and Federal Coach, will split his time between Imlay City, Mich., and Goshen's Elkhart, Ind., plant, while Matt Scheuler moves from VP, sales and marketing, to president of Collins Bus.

Motorcoach| December 23, 2014

Arrow Stage Lines launches Arrow Connect

Company has enhanced the rider experience by developing a unique landing page allowing customers easy one-touch access to a variety of different media including social media, news, stocks, shopping, entertainment news, stocks, games, sporting news and more.

Motorcoach| December 23, 2014

Temsa delivers TS 45s to Calif.

Santa Rosa's Airport Express’ TS 45 coaches are ADA accessible with a wheelchair lift and are seated for 56 passengers. Additional features include 110-volt plugs, USB ports and an REI A/V system.

Motorcoach| December 23, 2014

MCI delivers D4505, Setra S 417

Brookfield, Conn.’s Coach Tours' new D4505 comes with a redesigned parcel rack; Electronic Stability Control; and tire monitoring and fire suppression systems. Meanwhile, Newark, Del.’s Delaware Express' S 417 is powered by a Mercedes-Benz BlueTec engine.

Rail| December 23, 2014

Phase 2 of D.C.'s Dulles Silver Line receives $598M in loans

When combined with the $1.278 billion TIFIA loan to the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority that closed in August, the U.S. Department of Transportation has provided $1.87 billion in TIFIA loans to support the construction of Phase Two, which represents the largest TIFIA assistance for a single project in the program’s history.

Management & Operations| December 22, 2014

Startups tap technology to create 'smart routes' to provide greater mobility options

With smart phones, sharing our location can be as easy as logging into an app. And, pop-up transit companies like Bridj and Shift are taking advantage of this data and creating a flexible transit system that comes to the customer instead of vice versa.

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