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TOD touted as S. Nevada's best option for economy, mobility, life quality

Management & Operations| April 30, 2018

Former USDOT Sec. Foxx also stressed the importance of public input, similar to the community engagement efforts currently underway with RTC's transit plan.

Calif. awards $2.6B in state Cap and Trade funds

Rail| April 30, 2018

The program provides major benefits towards meeting the state’s climate and air quality goals, with a total reduction of more than 32 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions.

Sustainability| April 27, 2018

Calif.'s OCTA adding 10 New Flyer fuel-cell electric buses

The new order helps expand the zero-emission footprint of public transportation across California and adds sustainability to OCTA’s current fleet of just over 500 buses.

Bus| April 27, 2018

Vapor to unveil new electric door system at APTA Bus & Paratransit

The system provides a wide door opening for faster passenger ingress and egress, superior door sealing, and improved vehicle esthetics.

Technology| April 26, 2018

New Voith platform serves as data hub for data from variety of sources

OnCumulus enables customers to leverage data across the enterprise to optimize reliability, achieve targeted performance, and increase savings.

Bus| April 26, 2018

Nova bus lands five-year contract to supply RTS buses

The contract calls for an initial base order of up to 15 diesel-fueled, 40-foot buses, with up to a total of 85 over the life of the contract.

Technology| April 26, 2018

LA Metro receives proposal for aerial gondola linking station, ballpark

The aerial system would get fans from downtown to Dodger Stadium in about five minutes.

Management & Operations| April 26, 2018

Flint MTA to offer reduced fare card with 31 Mich. agencies

Universal Reduced Fare decal will make transit easier, providing a seamless access to transportation with less paperwork.

Security and Safety | April 26, 2018

Calif.'s Metrolink's PTC now interoperable with freight operator

UPRR will operate PTC throughout tracks owned by Metrolink on the Ventura County Line south of the Moorpark station and the Antelope Valley Line.

Accessibility| April 26, 2018

First Transit launches on-demand transportation pilot in Calif.

Residents of the Far Northern Regional Center, which specializes in adults with developmental disabilities, can book for a ride online or by contacting a call center.

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