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With cooling-off period nearing end, BART may strike

Management & Operations| October 10, 2013
In the final day, the unions representing BART employees and the transit agency have not reached a deal. However, the unions declined to give the customary 72 hours' notice this week that they would strike once the cooling-off period expires.

Toronto Transit cops may regain power to make arrests

Security and Safety | October 10, 2013
The transit officers were stripped of the special constable designation, which includes the power to make arrests, in 2010 following allegations they were exceeding their authority.
Rail| October 9, 2013

D.C. Metro contractor killed in rail tunnel explosion

Harold Ingram was working on the Red Line. Initial reports show leaking hydraulic fluid from an underground vehicle was ignited by welding equipment, causing an explosion and fire. Two Metro employees were in stable condition and suffered serious back-related injuries.
Rail| October 9, 2013

All Aboard Florida secures rail deals

Obtained critical right of way needed for the project. Moving forward with construction and developing its Central Florida station at the Orlando International Airport’s future intermodal station.
Rail| October 9, 2013

Bombardier named ‘Manufacturer of the Year’

The manufacturer was recognized at the 2013 Light Rail Awards held in London earlier this month. The judges selected Bombardier for the award based on the company’s commitment to technological innovation, reliability and customer service across the globe.
Management & Operations| October 9, 2013

Computer issues force NJ Transit NE Corridor train delay

As a precaution, trains were shut down for more than an hour on Wednesday. The agency is investigating the issue.
Management & Operations| October 9, 2013

NYCT taps new sr. VP, dept. of subways

Joseph Leader, who has served as acting sr. VP since May, 2013, brings an enormous amount of experience, talent, and enthusiasm to a job that is one of the most demanding and challenging in the transportation industry.
Management & Operations| October 9, 2013

Amtrak names new GM, long distance services

Mark Murphy brings decades of Amtrak experience to this position having joined the company in 1976. He most recently served as the deputy chief mechanical officer, terminal operations, in Wilmington, Del.
Bus| October 8, 2013

More rural Texas towns without buses

Coach USA, which acquired the routes had promoted plans to incorporate many of them into its Megabus line, but due to low performance, decided to drop them and refocus its service on larger cities.
Bus| October 8, 2013

Jacksonville's CEO transforms agency in first year

In addition to streamlining management, Nathaniel Ford is also working on a route restructure, a bus rapid transit system and preserving the six-cent gas tax.

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