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Utah Valley U. adds texting lane

University| June 22, 2015

The university’s concept originally started as a laughing matter, but quickly went viral after the realization of how dangerous texting and walking actually is.

NJ TRANSIT unions seek Presidential board to settle contract dispute

Rail| June 19, 2015

The unions and agency have been at an impasse for four years.

Management & Operations| June 19, 2015

San Diego MTS bans electronic cigarettes

Fines associated with the ban will be $50 for the first offense, $75 for the second offense and $100 for the third and subsequent offense.

Rail| June 19, 2015

Senators unveil railroad reform, Amtrak reauthorization

The legislation would authorize Amtrak for the next four years at an average $1.65 billion a year. Additionally, $570 million in total grant funding would be made available every year.

Government Issues| June 19, 2015

Canadian goverment to provide ongoing support for public transit

Ensured that it will be an equal-funding partner in major transit projects by committing itself to a federal contribution limit of 33% for the Public Transit Fund. Also announced was a subsequent increase in the contribution limit to the P3 Canada Fund from 25% to 33%.

Rail| June 19, 2015

Alstom inaugurates the first Régiolis train for the Franche-Comté region

With a total seating capacity for 217 people, the vehicles offer increased comfort, with seats featuring individual reading lights and power sockets, dedicated storage space for bicycles and luggage as well as large windows and reduced noise levels.

Rail| June 19, 2015

Bombardier's China joint venture wins people mover contract

Received an order from the Shanghai Shentong Metro Co. Ltd for a turnkey Bombardier Innovia APM 300 automated people mover system, including 44 Innovia APM 300 automated people mover vehicles.


Management & Operations| June 18, 2015

DART exec appointments bolster operations, safety, strategic planning

Maureen McCole, Garrome “Jerry” Franklin and David Schulze were named to the roles of VP, commuter rail/railroad management, VP, chief safety officer and VP for policy and strategy, respectively.

Management & Operations| June 18, 2015

Public Transit Helps Support National Dump the Pump Day

Sponsored by APTA, in partnership with the Natural Resources Defense Council, this national public awareness day encourages people to change their travel behavior and switch from driving a car to riding a bus or train.

Bus| June 18, 2015

5 retired Honolulu buses to be turned into homeless shelters

According to the plan, each bus will serve a specific purpose, with some including restrooms and showers and others being equipped with beds.

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