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NY MTA testing new system-wide app, launches responsive website

Technology| July 3, 2018

Includes real-time arrival info for trains and buses, and a unified trip-planning function for travel across the network.

Report finds Honolulu rail project still $134M short

Rail| July 3, 2018

An independent report from Jacobs Engineering also found that the rail system won’t be ready for service until September 2026.

Technology| July 3, 2018

Cummins acquires electric and hybrid powertrain provider

EDI’s hybrid system is the most versatile on the market today, able to switch, in real time, between fully electric, series, and parallel modes.

Motorcoach| July 3, 2018

DATTCO celebrates driver's 40th Anniversary, 3.5M miles accident-free

During an informal ceremony, Mark Sullivan was surrounded by colleagues who took turns sharing memories from the past four decades.

Management & Operations| July 3, 2018

New report looks at how states regulate personal transportation devices

In their research, the Meta Transportation Institute details the wide range of regulatory approaches currently used and make recommendations for revising state regulations.

Bus| July 3, 2018

Alliance Bus Group awarded Georgia state contract for Vicinity buses

The contract allows for all transportation authorities, statewide, to purchase Vicinity buses with federal funding.

Motorcoach| July 3, 2018

MCI to deliver 11 more Commuter Coaches to Connecticut DOT

The original 2017 five-year agreement covers up to 112 MCI 45-foot, clean diesel-powered Commuter Coaches.

Management & Operations| July 2, 2018

Case Study: Empowering safe and efficient vehicle use with data

INIT has worked closely with York Region Transit to develop, test and roll out the MOBILE-ECO2 driver support system.

Management & Operations| July 2, 2018

The Rapid hires Johnson as new CEO

Johnson currently serves as the chief operating officer at the Champaign-Urbana Mass Transit District in Illinois.

Rail| July 2, 2018

Alstom inaugurates first Citadis with new charging technology in Nice

Alstom has also commissioned its SRS ground-based static charging technology coupled with the Citadis Ecopack energy storage system.

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