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Houston Metro adds 6 light railcars

Rail| January 9, 2015

More than 30 additional railcars are on the way and will be here in the weeks leading up to the April opening of two new Metro rail lines. The railcars, which were part of a $153 million contract with CAF USA, were delivered eight months late.

Detroit DOT unveils 7 new buses

Bus| January 9, 2015

Two federal grants totaling $38 million are paying for the buses, 31 of which will have arrived by the end of February, with an additional 49 expected to arrive beginning in April, according to the city. The first seven new buses, which will have security cameras installed, are expected to be in service in the next two weeks.

Motorcoach| January 9, 2015

Trailways expands with Miss., Pa.-based operations

Bus Supply Charters Inc. (BSCI), DBA, Mississippi Trailways and Pennsylvania-based Mlaker Trailways have joined the bus network.

Rail| January 8, 2015

Frozen switches causing delays on MBTA rail

Crews across the area are working to fix the problems.

Management & Operations| January 8, 2015

Hill International taps new president/CEO

David L. Richter, who is both an attorney and a civil engineer, has worked at Hill for 20 years and is the second CEO in the company's history. Prior to his new position, Richter had been president/COO of the company since 2004.

Management & Operations| January 8, 2015

D.C. Metro expected to appoint Jack Requa interim GM

Requa, who has been Metro's assistant GM, bus services since 2010, has held the job on an interim basis before in 2006 when interim GM Dan Tangherlini left to become D.C. city administrator in the Adrian Fenty administration.

Bus| January 8, 2015

New York bus crash injures 21

Police say that shortly before 4 p.m. the driver of a Nissan Altima was backing out of a parking lot near an intersection when it was struck by the driver of a BMW sedan heading southbound on Utica. The sedan was thrust into the path of a northbound MTA bus and struck the driver's side.

Rail| January 8, 2015

NJ TRANSIT expands 'Quiet Commute' program

The designated car will be the first car on northbound trains traveling towards Philadelphia, and the last car on southbound trains traveling towards Atlantic City, with seating on a first-come, first-served basis.

Management & Operations| January 8, 2015

Artist draws San Francisco public transportation riders

Hamilton Cline says he likes using subject on their phones because they are less likely to look up and around while he draws them. 

Rail| January 7, 2015

NTSB Safety Alert highlights improving rail visibility

On railroads, LED railroad signals may mask nearby incandescent signals, preventing incandescent signals from being visible to train crews. If LED and incandescent signals are installed in close proximity to one another, the LED signal may appear brighter or closer, causing crews to confuse the sequence of the signals as they approach.

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