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Alstom's Régiolis train reaches major milestone

Rail| February 4, 2015

The train has already covered one million kilometers (approximately 622,000 miles) less than one year after entering service back in April 2014. This symbolic milestone coincides with its entry into commercial service in the Pays-de-la-Loire region.

Metro-North crash kills 6, injures 12

Rail| February 4, 2015

The train out of Grand Central Terminal was going northbound on the Harlem line when it struck a Jeep Cherokee that was stopped on the tracks when the railroad crossing gates came down on top of it. The driver got out to look at the back of the car, then got back in and drove forward when the train struck the Jeep, pushing it about 10 train-car lengths up the track.

Rail| February 4, 2015

Lack of PTC could force Amtrak to leave Kansas City

Michelle Teel of the Missouri Department of Transportation testified in Washington last week, saying that Missouri pays for Amtrak service and the state doesn't have the $20 million it needs for PTC, adding that the department struggles to even get the $9 million it needs to operate Amtrak.

Bus| February 3, 2015

Batho joins MCI as VP of Technical Support

Steve Batho joins MCI with a 17-year career at Daimler Buses North America, most recently as VP, Product Support. He also served as director of Plant and Equipment at London Transit Commission, the London, Ontario, public transit system.

Management & Operations| February 3, 2015

Hill International names 8 new senior VPs

The executives have more than 200 years of experience combined.

Rail| February 3, 2015

MBTA rail struggles during record snowfall, cold

All T subway lines experienced delays early Tuesday and shuttle buses had to replace some Green Line trolleys, the report said.

Bus| February 3, 2015

Spheros acquires ACC Climate Control

Full business operations of ACC are to be continued with its existing production plants and a workforce of 140 employees.

Rail| February 3, 2015

Calif. rail extension enters environmental study phase

Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority are initiating an environmental study for the proposed construction of an approximately six-mile extension of BART from the now under-construction Berryessa BART Station in San Jose to Santa Clara. The project is planned to include four stations: the Alum Rock, Downtown San Jose, Diridon and Santa Clara Stations.

Government Issues| February 3, 2015

Obama proposes $94.7B U.S. DOT budget

Includes a six-year $478 billion surface transportation reauthorization proposal that would improve America’s highways, ports and transit networks. 

Management & Operations| February 3, 2015

Greater Dayton RTA lauded for wellness program

Some of the efforts of the HEARTA program include a fitness center, exercise classes, bio-metric screenings, weight management programs, heart healthy walking and more. The agency’s executive team leads by example, with 100% participation.

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