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Hampton Roads taps 2 different paratransit contractors

Accessibility| October 27, 2014
The contracts, which include a base period of three years and two optional years, require First Transit to establish a presence in Hampton Roads and MV Transportation to provide 30 new sedans.

TLPA names its Contracting Operator of the Year

Accessibility| October 27, 2014
Shirley Allen of the Everett, Wash.-based Mercy Transportation was presented with the award at the TLPA’s annual convention. This year marks the TLPA’s 96th Annual Convention & Trade Show, the world’s largest gathering of for-hire fleet executives.
Accessibility| October 27, 2014

Las Vegas' RTC opens Mobility Training Center

The center will teach residents how to use the RTC fixed route transit services safely and will provide them with the confidence necessary to travel independently.
Accessibility| October 27, 2014

First Transit unveils 'Paratransit Travel Companion' app

Using the company's Info-Suite architecture, the secure mobile application allows passengers — from any smart mobile device or computer — to enter a unique ID and a personal password for a safe, secure connection to their service information.
Government Issues| October 24, 2014

FRA frees up Chicago rail 'chokepoint'

The Englewood Flyover separates Rock Island District Metra commuter trains from Amtrak passenger trains and freight trains traveling on the Norfolk Southern corridor and will relieve Metra riders of more than 7,500 annual passenger hours of delay.
Bus| October 24, 2014

4th person to test positive for ebola used public transportation

Dr. Craig Spencer, who returned to the U.S. from Guinea via Europe on Oct. 17, is the fourth person to test positive for the viral disease while in the U.S.
Management & Operations| October 24, 2014

NJ TRANSIT adding more Wi-Fi

A NJ TRANSIT spokesperson said there will be an additional 30 stations by the end of the year and the next implementation will be on board trains
Motorcoach| October 23, 2014

Time Square bus driver goes from suspect to hero

An investigation found that a mechanical failure caused the bus to lurch forward, at which time the driver was able to steer the bus away from a crowded sidewalk, thereby averting serious injury to those on the sidewalk.
Bus| October 23, 2014

Parsons Brinckerhoff to push Hillsborough County plan

The county’s transportation policy leadership group outlined a public outreach effort that will be carried out by the firm that will include eight community and two regional meetings along with speaking engagements by county leaders.
Rail| October 23, 2014

Toronto mayoral debate focusing on transportation

The major talking point is each of the three candidates’ views on subway versus surface rail lines

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