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BYD, US Hybrid partner for hydrogen fuel-cell battery-electric bus

Sustainability| May 10, 2018

The first of its kind bus will serve Honolulu’s Daniel K. Inouye International Airport, one of the busiest airports in the U.S. with more than 21 million passengers per year.

MV to provide fixed-route services for Calif.'s LAVTA

Bus| May 10, 2018

Will be responsible for all operational activities of the LAVTA Wheels bus service including safety, training, dispatch, maintenance, vehicle cleaning and washing, bus shelter maintenance, road supervision, and accounting. 

GoRaleigh, GoDurham named best transit systems in North Carolina

Winners were selected by an independent evaluation committee comprised of media and trade association professionals.  

Shuttle| May 9, 2018

GreenPower sells electric shuttle to Port of Oakland

The 19-seat EV Star has an operational range of 125 to 200 miles on one charge.

Bus| May 9, 2018

NJ Transit awards MCI 182-commuter coach contract

Vehicles feature a 57-seat configuration that is Wi-Fi ready, seatbelt-equipped and ADA-compliant.

Masabi report finds riders combining private, public transit options

It also shows that their primary driver for using public transit is convenience and, as such, technologies including mobile ticketing and vehicle location tracking are having a positive effect on ridership numbers.

Technology| May 9, 2018

DART fare app gets a reboot with new features

A major new feature is the ability to load value to the GoPass app with cash at hundreds of area retailers.

Government Issues| May 9, 2018

FTA certifies West Virginia's State Safety Oversight Program

With this most recent announcement, 12 states have now achieved SSO Program certification. By federal law, the deadline cannot be waived or extended.

Rail| May 9, 2018

D.C. Metro plans multiyear project to reconstruct 20 station platforms

Will use extended shutdowns during summer months-rather than single tracking-to provide 24-hour access to work sites.

Rail| May 9, 2018

2020 Olympics could paralyze Tokyo’s subway system, study warns

Per data from a local university, some 1.3 million spectators might join 8 million regular commuters in the greater Tokyo area.

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