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Fla. county passes long-term plan, still needs funding

Bus| November 14, 2014
The Transportation Policy Leadership Group, made up of all of the Hillsborough County commissioners and the mayors of Tampa, Temple Terrace and Plant City, is in the process of devising a plan to fund transportation for economic development.

Chicago rider creates wheelchair user app

Accessibility| November 14, 2014
The “Roll with Me” app, at rollwithmeapp.com, allows users to enter their current location, destination and the time they would like to leave. The app shows wheelchair-friendly routes and a list of CTA alerts such as rail station elevators that are out of service for repairs.
Accessibility| November 14, 2014

Las Vegas start-up with fleet of Teslas taking on Uber, public transit

The company, piloting the service in downtown Las Vegas where it is headquartered, purchased 100 Teslas for the core of its fleet, which also includes a fleet of private bicycles, tiny smart cars, shuttle and on-call valets, according to the blog.
Management & Operations| November 13, 2014

ETA Transit Systems deploys ITS for Colo. university

Will provide computer-aided dispatch/automatic vehicle location (CAD/AVL) that offers real-time arrival information to students and riding public.
Government Issues| November 13, 2014

APTA lobbies for commuter tax benefit action

Restoring parity between transit tax benefits and parking tax benefits will eliminate the federal tax incentive to drive over taking public transportation, said President/CEO Michael Melaniphy in a statement.
Accessibility| November 13, 2014

Keolis names Shaw president/CEO of U.S. transit subsidiary

Stephen W. Shaw will lead the Keolis Transit America subsidiary, with the overall responsibility for managing the company’s transit operations in the U.S.
Management & Operations| November 13, 2014

NJ TRANSIT in land battle with mobster's family

NJ TRANSIT acquired land from the family of Carmine Franco in early 2010 by condemnation for about $1.6 million, but the family went to court seeking higher compensation. In 2012, a jury said the family deserved $8 million, and the transit agency is appealing the award.
Management & Operations| November 13, 2014

N.Y. MTA, AT&T launch app development challenge

To increase transparency and to give developers new forms of data to work with, the MTA is releasing four new sets of raw data. App developers will be able to use the new data and merge it with existing data to create apps that have never been seen before.
Motorcoach| November 13, 2014

N.Y., Pa. operators add MCI J4500s

Standard features include three-point seat belts, fire suppression and tire pressure monitoring systems.
Management & Operations| November 12, 2014

High-speed rail line quickens DART's transit plans

Officials also believe they have a rough financing plan that could fund the $983.4 million worth of projects in time. A key component that is missing is Texas Central Railway’s decision on the location of its Dallas station.

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