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WMATA dismisses track department supervisor for overtime abuse

Management & Operations| July 18, 2017

The Inspector General’s office conducted an analysis of overall overtime earnings and found that certain track managers earned more than double their base salary in overtime, a pattern that was recurring over several years, prior to the SafeTrack initiative.

INIT modernizes Portland-Vancouver area electronic fare payment system

Management & Operations| July 18, 2017

Hop Fastpass is a fully integrated open payments e-fare system that can accept regular contactless fare media (Hop cards) and will accept contactless credit or debit card payments.

Bus| July 17, 2017

UTA takes delivery of Provo/Orem BRT bus

The New Flyer Xcelsior 60-foot articulated bus is the first to be delivered and will now go through a thorough testing process.

University| July 17, 2017

PVTA considering eliminating some 'Five College' bus runs

Routes being considered for elimination include linking Mount Holyoke, Hampshire and Smith; and an express run between Smith and UMass. Together they account for some 85,000 riders each year.

Technology| July 17, 2017

Google, TransLoc partner to provide smart public transit data management

Partnership allows transit agencies of all sizes to tap into big data and better understand community-based transit needs while increasing ridership.

Management & Operations| July 17, 2017

Amtrak pleased with week one of Penn Station track work

Crews are replacing aging equipment, such as signals and several thousand feet of track, over a two-month period, leading to the so-called "Summer of Hell."

Rail| July 17, 2017

FTA, Maryland Transit Administration appeal judge's Purple Line decision

Ruling called for an additional environmental study of the light rail line, despite the fact the project had already been studied and signed-off on by the feds. 

Management & Operations| July 14, 2017

MBTA launches PSA campaign using full-motion GIFs

These PSAs aim to promote rider etiquette and safety awareness in a new, engaging way.

Management & Operations| July 14, 2017

NY MTA to create customer-facing dashboard to document subway improvements

The creation of the dashboard is part of a road map the MTA is developing to improve subways, which have experienced a 171% increase in delays in the past five years, from 27,495 in April 2012 to 74,668 in April of this year.

Rail| July 14, 2017

Breakdowns, staffing part of growing Miami Metrorail safety concerns

When state inspectors visited Miami-Dade in late 2016, they concluded the county needed 84 working Metrorail cars a day but that mechanical problems left only 72 that could be deployed for service. State inspectors returned in late June and found Miami-Dade’s daily goal was to have only 60 Metrorail cars in service.

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