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Calif.'s Palos Verdes Transit provides a vehicle to learning, independence

Accessibility| March 16, 2018

Each student has a physical or mental disability that requires a specialized learning curriculum. Some of the children board the bus on their own; others require assistance or are elevated onto the bus using the wheelchair lift.

Utah Transit names new Provo to Orem BRT route

Bus| March 15, 2018

With more than 350 names submitted for consideration by the public, the agency approved naming the new project the Utah Valley Express, or UVX.

Rail| March 15, 2018

NJ Transit continues closing gap on overcrowded trains

The agency's team was in Maryland earlier this week to inspect 20 railcars as a lease was being worked out.

Sustainability| March 15, 2018

GreenPower delivers first 2 all-electric buses to Calif. city

The buses will replace all of the existing CNG-powered transit buses. The EV350 was designed and built by California-based GreenPower, a leading manufacturer of all-electric buses.

Management & Operations| March 15, 2018

San Antonio's VIA unveils zoo-themed bus stop shelters

The stop serves VIA’s VIVA culture route and is part of VIA’s ongoing Passenger Amenities Improvement Program, which includes the improvement of 1,000 existing bus stops throughout the VIA service area.

Sustainability| March 15, 2018

La.'s CATS to add 3 BYD battery-electric buses

With a range of approximately 150 miles on a single charge and a capacity of up to 32 passengers, depending on configuration, the K9S is ideally suited for the needs of Baton Rouge.

Management & Operations| March 15, 2018

COTA taps new President/CEO

Joanna Pinkerton was recommended by the COTA CEO Selection Committee and then unanimously approved by the full Board of Trustees. 

Rail| March 14, 2018

Bombardier secures contract extension to maintain London Overground trains

The contract, originally signed in 2006 will now continue until 2030, removing a previous contract break in 2023.

Government Issues| March 14, 2018

APTA urges increase in public transit TIGER grants

Only 3.6% of the TIGER grants that were recently announced went to public transit projects, representing a significant decrease in public transit TIGER grants.

Management & Operations| March 14, 2018

WSP USA names Las Vegas office leader/sr. engineering manager

In his new position, John Meng will provide focus, direction, and leadership, as well as project management and technical expertise on local projects as appropriate.

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