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Clean Energy to build CNG stations for multiple agencies, school district

Sustainability| August 25, 2015

Will construct new CNG stations for Arlington Transit (ART) in Arlington County, Va.; Nassau Inter-County Express (NICE) in Long Island, N.Y.; and North Kansas City (Mo.) School District, which is set to become the largest school district in the U.S. to transition its school bus fleet to CNG.

San Diego MTS offers free video-on-demand service on trolleys

Rail| August 25, 2015

First U.S. public transportation system offering mobile-based multi-channel VOD

Accessibility| August 24, 2015

D.C. advocates call on Uber, Lyft to add wheelchair accessible vehicles

For months, Uber has been seeking agreements with a handful of D.C. cab companies to access the companies’ wheelchair-ready vans for use on the Uber Taxi platform. The cab companies, however, are not interested in working with Uber.

Management & Operations| August 24, 2015

Ford files patent for autonomous car with reconfigurable seating

According to the patent, the design calls for an automobile capable of operating without the input of a driver and is equipped with seats capable of changing its layout.

Management & Operations| August 24, 2015

Ariz.'s Sun Tran labor strike hits historic mark

Management is working with a federal mediator to schedule a meeting with the union, while only eight routes are operating and the agency offered no weekend service.The strike began August 6, which makes it the longest strike in recent history.

Management & Operations| August 24, 2015

Lane Transit to interview 3 finalists vying for GM post

Ron Kilcoyne, whose last day is Sept. 30, announced his retirement after four years at the helm of LTD, stepping away from a 30-plus-year career in public transportation.

Government Issues| August 21, 2015

Calif. transit agencies say fed grants blocked over pension reform law

The agencies thought they had won a federal court victory late last year, when a judge ruled that the state law did not violate a federal prohibition against interfering with public employees' collective bargaining rights, but the Labor Department is still enforcing the rule.

Management & Operations| August 21, 2015

Wayne Joseph named executive VP, New Flyer Bus Business

He joined New Flyer in 2008 in the role of executive VP, operations, and has played an instrumental role in the company’s success through his leadership of operational excellence initiatives, focus on product quality, and dedication to customer and employee satisfaction.

Motorcoach| August 21, 2015

CH Bus delivers Temsa TS35 to Ky.

R&R‘s new coach is seated to 38 passengers and is utilized for a variety of groups such as corporate events, weddings and tours.

Management & Operations| August 21, 2015

APTA: Public transit users save $9,472 annually

The savings are based on the cost of commuting by public transportation compared with the cost of owning and driving a vehicle, including parking expenses and fuel prices based on current national averages.

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