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Falcon Electric supplying ITS for Verrazano-Narrows Bridge

Security and Safety | July 23, 2015

More than a dozen of its SSG Series uninterruptible power supply units have been protecting the Intelligent Traffic System of the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge since August 2013 against power outages.

Senate votes to advance transportation bill debate

Government Issues| July 23, 2015

The 62-36 vote came just a day after a majority of senators balked at approving a motion to proceed to debate on the bipartisan bill, which was negotiated by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and Sens. Barbara Boxer (D-CA) and James Inhofe (R-OK).

Government Issues| July 23, 2015

Utah mayors seek to raise transportation taxes

Fifteen of the 16 cities in Salt Lake County have passed resolutions that support placing a vote on this year’s ballot according to the Salt Lake Tribune.

Sustainability| July 23, 2015

Two Calif. Central Valley cities select Proterra Catalyst zero-emission buses

San Joaquin Regional Transit District Tulare County's Porterville Transit plans to procure two Catalyst buses each.

Government Issues| July 22, 2015

Senate votes not to move forward with transportation bill debate

Democrats voted in unison against proceeding to the 1,030-page bill, arguing they had no time to review the complicated legislation, with the cloture vote to proceed to consideration of the bill needing 60 total votes. There were indications there could be a re-vote on Wednesday.

Rail| July 22, 2015

Sound Transit's Lynwood LR extension completes environmental review

With the ROD in hand, Sound Transit can continue the process to compete for the federal funding that is necessary to help pay for the project.

Rail| July 22, 2015

Jacobs Engineering wins California high-speed rail contract

Will be the lead designer for the Dragados-Flatiron Joint Venture for the design-build contract and is responsible for the infrastructure design. Officials estimate the construction value to be $1.2 billion.

Government Issues| July 21, 2015

Senators reach deal on 6-year transportation bill

Details of the bill were not released, however, Sen. Boxer said the agreement will be posted Tuesday afternoon on the Internet so lawmakers and the public will have a chance to examine its details.

Motorcoach| July 21, 2015

Chinatown bus co. Fung Wah shuttering for good, owner says

Peilin Liang told NBC News in a telephone interview that without his company's two previous gates at Boston's South Station, which the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority gave away to Megabus and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, his company cannot financially stay afloat.

Bus| July 21, 2015

Mich. BRT plan on track, set for possible 2018 launch

The 8.3-mile route, with a proposed 27 stops, would replace the Capital Area Transportation Authority’s current Route 1 from downtown Lansing to the Meridian Mall. Results from the plan’s environmental assessment study are expected to be shared at a public hearing this fall.

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