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N.Y. MTA eyeing video surveillance for all subway cars

Management & Operations| June 26, 2014
A former FBI agent and president of security system company said it would cost tens of millions of dollars to install the right cameras in all 6,000 cars, but would be worthwhile.

Tucson's Sun Tran unveils new CNG bus fleet

Bus| June 26, 2014
The new Gillig buses are low-floor, offering ramps and kneeling features for the convenient boarding of passengers with disabilities, as well as an on-board camera system for added passenger safety.
Accessibility| June 26, 2014

Utah Transit Authority honored as nation's best transit system

The agency has previously been honored by APTA in 1986, 1996 and 2002.
Government Issues| June 26, 2014

Texas high-speed rail project to begin eco-studies

The rail proposed by the Texas Central High-Speed Railway would transport passengers from Dallas to Houston in about 90 minutes.
Accessibility| June 26, 2014

Hampton Roads launches site to improve commute options

Residents can share their ideas, criticisms and other thoughts at the Connect Hampton Roads website, which goes live on Thursday.
Bus| June 24, 2014

Downtown Chicago BRT pushed back until 2015

According to transportation officials, it's taking "longer than expected to complete the design" of the project and consult with building owners and stakeholders.
Bus| June 24, 2014

New Flyer to focus heavy-duty platform on Xcelsior brand

The company will phase out production of its North American Bus Industry LFW and BRT models.
Bus| June 24, 2014

Industry mourns passing of COMTO president/CEO, Cunningham

Since her 2001 appointment as head of COMTO, she effectively led the national trade association in unprecedented growth — moving from a single focus of public transit to a focus of multi-modalism, now including aviation, port authorities and state departments of transportation.
Management & Operations| June 24, 2014

SkyTran's futuristic elevated transport system to be built in Israel

Touted as a high-speed, energy-efficient, transportation system, skyTran is a network of computer-controlled, 2-person "jet-like" vehicles employing state-of-the-art passive Magnetic Levitation technology.
Management & Operations| June 24, 2014

Metro announces Silver Line opening date

Announcement follows two weeks of progress by the Airports Authority and their contractor to resolve open work items. D.C. Metro GM/CEO Richard Sarles noted that there are still remaining items — such as obtaining Certificates of Occupancy — that are expected to be resolved prior to the opening date.

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