Sacramento State launches real-time shuttle tracking system

The shuttles were equipped with GPS trackers over the summer and the app was soft launched in the spring. The university partnered with DoubleMap to create an embedded URL reached...

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Trump's 'Skinny Budget' cuts U.S. DOT funding by $2.4B

Under the Administration’s proposal, the DOT's funding would be cut by 13%, to $16.2 billion, and limits funding for the Federal Transit Administration's Capital Investment program, eliminates funding for the Essential Air Service program, and ends federal support for long-distance Amtrak trains.

Christopher A. Hart ends tenure as NTSB chairman

Vice Chairman Bella Dinh-Zarr will now serve as the agency’s acting chairman, while Hart remains at the NTSB, applying his transportation safety expertise in the capacity of a board member.

U.S. infrastructure receives near failing grade again

ASCE evaluated 16 categories of infrastructure in the 2017 Report Card, with grades ranging from a “B” for Rail to a “D-” for Transit.

Profile: Phil Washington, CEO of L.A. Metro

The man who runs public transit in Los Angeles — the biggest county in the nation, with 88 cities and 10 million people — grew up in the projects of Chicago’s South Side. With five sisters and a father who left the family before he was born, Phil Washington couldn’t be a kid for long. “I saw first hand how the lack of transportation services really impacts lives,”...

N.C. Durham-Orange light rail project plans reports, vote for April

The FTA told GoTriangle in a recent email that the two counties involved must be committed to paying at least 30% of the project’s local cost, or $371.1 million, before the project can be approved for engineering work.

Boston transportation plan touts 58 projects to improve mobility

Plan includes policies for restructured bus routes, autonomous vehicles and development of 'microhubs' with access to bike- and carshare options.

Bus Coalition letter asks Trump for bus funding in infrastructure plan

The letter, which was signed by 285 bus transit systems from 49 states, includes many systems from less populated areas that have seen a decline in federal resources and face a growing backlog of older buses and facilities.

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