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Gov. Cuomo directs MTA, Port Authority to heighten holiday season security

Security and Safety | December 21, 2017

Additional personnel and security equipment will be deployed by state agencies, including rapid radiation response trucks, bomb-detecting canines, an increased heavily armed presence, enhanced surveillance, and rapid response vehicles at all high-profile locations.

MBTA lands $100M in fed grant funding for Green Line light rail extension

Rail| December 21, 2017

The grant represents the first installment of CIG Program funding for the GLX after the FTA signed a FFGA with MBTA for the 4.7-mile light rail line from Cambridge to Medford.

Management & Operations| December 21, 2017

Keolis re-awarded the contract for mobility services in Lille, France

The objective is to increase network patronage to 223.7 million passenger journeys by the end of the contract.

Government Issues| December 21, 2017

Uber to be regulated as taxi operator, EU court decides

Uber argued that its app acts an intermediary between drivers and passengers and should fall under lighter rules.

Security and Safety | December 21, 2017

SacRT taps 'Voice of God' to enhance security

When passengers violate basic station rules like no smoking or drinking alcohol, agency security staff use the new remote P.A. system to communicate with the rulebreaker.

Bus| December 21, 2017

Grand River Transit expands BRT fleet with an order from New Flyer

The 39 buses have been delivered to GRT, with the remaining 9 BRT buses scheduled for delivery in 2018.

Rail| December 20, 2017

Cracks discovered on Japan's iconic 'bullet' train

The Shinkansen rail network labeled it as the “first serious incident” in 40 years.

Rail| December 20, 2017

Sydney residents given headphones to reduce rail construction noise

Several residents and government officials have criticized the headphones, mainly because they are difficult to wear to bed, when construction work is the most disruptive.

Management & Operations| December 20, 2017

Christie-linked NJ Transit staff got promotions, raises, despite funding issues

The salary bumps, from $13,000 to as high as $70,000, were for jobs ranging from the agency's chief of staff to planning and procurement positions, the report said.

Rail| December 20, 2017

Two train enthusiasts killed in Wash. Amtrak crash

Jim Hamre and Zack Willhoite both worked in the transportation industry.

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