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Report analyzes drop in Chicago bus ridership, offers low-cost solutions

Management & Operations| November 6, 2017

From 2015 to 2016, bus ridership in Chicago fell by more than 15 million rides (5.8 percent), continuing a recent trend of fewer Chicagoans riding the bus.

Donnelly joins HNTB as senior project engineer

Management & Operations| November 6, 2017

Donnelly’s 16-plus years of experience includes six years at Amtrak as a project manager.

Rail| November 6, 2017

NYCT unveils renovated subway station in Brooklyn

Prospect Av Station features enhanced lighting, countdown clocks, improved signage, Wi-Fi connectivity, security cameras, new street-level canopies with digital displays and new art.

Management & Operations| November 6, 2017

Keolis leads MBTA station cleanup

The Keolis We Care Ambassador Program aims to encourage local Boston organizations to take part in transit beautification and cleanup efforts.

Technology| November 3, 2017

NATCO releases city policy, design steps for autonomous vehicles

Considerations for cities to improve safety, prioritize people and public space, strengthen mass transit, and manage curb space for automated vehicles.

Management & Operations| November 2, 2017

Fla. transit district selected as model for Barbados transit restructure

The tour focused on bus dispatch, route scheduling, bus traffic control, safety and security techniques, and vehicle maintenance and repair.

Management & Operations| November 2, 2017

MCI appoints Southeast regional VP

Sean Kelchin will be based in Nashville and work with customers in Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee to represent MCI products.

Management & Operations| November 2, 2017

WSP appoints new civil engineer lead

Nicholson has more than 20 years of transportation industry experience, with expertise in transportation construction and rehabilitation.

Technology| November 2, 2017

HART to pilot autonomous mobility project with Stantec

This project is the first continuously operated shared autonomous project in the U.S. that will function in an open environment on public roads with mixed traffic.

Bus| November 1, 2017

L.A. Metro expands all-door boarding for key Metro Rapid lines

Riders will be able to board at any door of a bus – front, middle or rear – and will pay their fare by using the TAP fare validator installed at each door.

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