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Paris makes public transit free, restricts car use to combat smog

Government Issues| March 18, 2014
For the fourth consecutive day, regional trains, the Paris subway and bus system, the Vélib’ bike-sharing program and Autolib’ car-sharing service have been free.

Siemens awarded $225M locomotive contract

Government Issues| March 18, 2014
The procurement is being done on behalf of the DOTs from five states: Illinois, California, Michigan, Washington and Missouri.
Management & Operations| March 17, 2014

N.Y. MTA adds 10 high-def ad screens

In addition to increasing advertising revenue, the digital screens also have the ability to provide important information to customers. The screens will serve as a platform if there is ever a need to broadcast an emergency notification to customers.
Bus| March 17, 2014

Chicago transit agencies will complete Ventra transition by July

The agencies and Cubic Transportation Systems have made several improvements to the system, from software upgrades to improvements to the Ventra call center.
University| March 17, 2014

Pa. university brings shuttle ops in-house to save money

The move is being made to save money and officials do not expect ridership to be affected. The university is employing campus safety officers as drivers and was able to obtain a vehicle very similar to the shuttle used by the contracted service.
Rail| March 17, 2014

Texas Tech. rail project seeking fed investment

The goal is to link students to the cultural district and ultimately bring a youthful presence back to downtown.
University| March 17, 2014

U. of La.-Lafayette to vote on doubling transportation fee

The referendum will occur during the general elections on March 31 and April 1.
Bus| March 17, 2014

Western Mich. U. opens new transportation center

The primary goal is to improve environmentally sustainable transportation options for underrepresented communities, with special attention being paid to bike and pedestrian travel, job accessibility and "smart" technologies.
Government Issues| March 14, 2014

Metro-North prioritized on-time performance over safety, review says

The FRA assessment found management emphasizes on-time performance to the detriment of safe operations and adequate maintenance of its infrastructure, resulting in a deficient safety culture, increased risk and reduced safety on the Metro-North system.
Government Issues| March 14, 2014

Utah bus operation, driver declared imminent hazard

Sandy, Utah-based Serv-A-Bus LLC continued to transport passengers despite a January 2013 cease operations order and revocation of its U.S. DOT registration, while a Conn.-based driver failed to disclose prior health issues.

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