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Maryland transit chief replaced two weeks before bus service launch

Management & Operations| June 7, 2017

Kevin Quinn, who has been the MTA’s director of planning and programming, was named as acting administrator, replacing Paul Comfort.

HNTB hires 2 rail experts to prepare for PTC deadline

Management & Operations| June 7, 2017

Michael Bogonovich and Michael Haverstick join the company to address infrastructure needs for the approaching legislative deadline.

Management & Operations| June 7, 2017

RATP Dev North American appoints new Canadian business development VP

Josée Danis will serve as the transportation provider's new VP of business development in Canada. She brings almost 20 years of experience in the rail industry and finance to RATP Dev.

Management & Operations| June 7, 2017

Toronto's Metrolinx mulls random drug testing

Implementation would likely be complicated by the makeup of Metrolinx’s workforce, since the agency directly employs about 870 GO bus drivers, but more than 850 people who operate UPX and GO train service work for Bombardier.

Management & Operations| June 7, 2017

UITP Summit Unveils Differing Transport Narratives, Approach to Challenges

While the U.S. narrative included innovation and disruptive change in transport, the prominence and status of the public transport operator was clearly so much weaker in terms of dominating urban thinking.

Rail| June 6, 2017

Alstom to modernize P2000 light rail fleet for LA Metro

The scope of the overhaul includes the upgrade of major systems such as propulsion, HVAC, automatic train control, auxiliary power supply, brake control, communications, and doors, as well as the LRV’s bogies.

Rail| June 6, 2017

Chicago Transit Authority marks 125 years of 'L' train service

Trains began running on the city's first elevated railway on June 6, 1892, after the Chicago & South Side Rapid Transit Railroad Co. built the first elevated tracks from Congress and State to 39th, with trains of wooden passenger cars pulled by small, coal-burning, steam locomotives.

Technology| June 6, 2017

Keolis launches ‘all-in-one’ digital app to plan travel, book, and validate tickets

The first network to use the app in its complete version is TAO (bus and trams) in Orléans, France.

Security and Safety | June 6, 2017

Toronto's Metrolinx has shared smart card user data with police

The agency said it has received 26 requests so far in 2017 from police forces for “tap history” from Presto cards and has granted 12 of the requests.

Management & Operations| June 6, 2017

Michael Baker promotes Sepulveda to strengthen West region railroad, transit operations

Based in the firm's Los Angeles office, he will help to grow the business, while developing and managing client strategies, fostering team opportunities, and leading strategic partnerships.

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