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Prevost's Wiltgen retires

Management & Operations| May 12, 2015

Wiltgen refers to his 20-year career in the motorcoach industry as “wonderful and memorable.”

'Infrastructure Week' to highlight need for long-term fed investment

Government Issues| May 12, 2015

In support of the third annual Infrastructure Week, U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx participated in kickoff events in Washington, D.C. yesterday and will then head out to meet with state and local leaders, business leaders, and academics in Tennessee, California and Iowa.

Management & Operations| May 12, 2015

Utah Transit on-time performance takes jump

The on-time bus rate just eight years ago was 62%, according to the report. TRAX light-rail trains on-time rate that was 92%, with FrontRunner commuter trains hitting 94.6%.

Rail| May 12, 2015

Report finds Sunrail lost $27M in first year

Sunrail is meeting its expected ridership on Thursdays and Fridays, but having issues filling cars Monday through Wednesday.

Rail| May 12, 2015

Alstom joint venture inaugurates Algerian assembly, maintenance site

Created in 2011 to assemble and maintain the Alstom Citadis trams for Algerian cities, CITAL, which includes Alstom, EMA and Ferrovial, supports the industrialization of the country and boosts the local economy.

Management & Operations| May 12, 2015

WTS names Brogan 'Woman of the Year'

Brogan now serves as Chairperson of PRR’s Board of Directors and as Washington Governor Jay Inslee’s most recent appointee to the Washington State Transportation Commission.

Bus| May 12, 2015

New CTA tech aims to reduce bus delays, provide more consistent service

The technology, known as Bus Transit Management System (BTMS), provides real-time monitoring of bus movements and modern real-time communications between bus drivers and CTA’s Control Center.

Sustainability| May 12, 2015

Smart infrastructure investment linked to economic development, jobs

Evaluates broader economic impact totaling hundreds of millions of dollars in business sales and several thousand jobs through public transportation and energy efficiency building upgrades in two U.S. cities – Louisville and Salt Lake City.

Management & Operations| May 12, 2015

Rowland to serve as Cincinatti Metro interim COO

Carlos Rowland will be responsible for overseeing Metro’s fixed-route and Access’ paratransit bus operations, fleet maintenance and facilities, which employ nearly 700 employees.

Rail| May 12, 2015

Calif.'s OCTA takes lead on OC Streetcar project

Up to seven streetcars are planned to run along the 4-mile route, stopping at 12 stations. Initial estimates put the cost of the project at $250 million and it will be jointly funded with OCTA pursuing local, state and federal dollars.

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