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Alstom inaugurates the first French cross-border Citadis tram

Rail| May 1, 2017

The new Citadis trams are in circulation on the extension of line A, which runs towards Illkirch-Graffenstaden, and the line D, which links the center of Strasbourg to Kehl in Germany.

KCATA set to launch new ridehailing service May 1

Accessibility| April 25, 2017

The one-year RideKC Freedom On-Demand pilot enables customers to call on taxis any day, at any hour, to enjoy everything Kansas City has to offer.

Accessibility| April 13, 2017

Step by Step: Designing and Building Accessible Bus Stops

Conducting an assessment of your existing stops, identifying needed improvements, designing a consistent look-and-feel for your system of stops and shelters, budgeting, and developing an implementation plan are other important steps in the process toward more accessible public transportation.

Bus| April 10, 2017

ARBOC releases Ford Spirit of Independence model

The vehicle features a 96-inch width and a flat floor design that allows stress-free maneuverability for up to fifteen ambulatory and five wheelchair passengers, according to the company.

Mobility| March 2, 2017

MBTA expands Uber, Lyft subsidized paratransit ride program

The program was initially offered to 400 customers, but starting on Wednesday it is available to anyone eligible for The Ride.

Rail| December 28, 2016

[Photos] First Look at Second Avenue Subway's 96th St. Station

Features of the new 96th St. station for NYC's Second Avenue Subway, unveiled on Dec. 22, 2016, include access for the disabled, climate control to maximize customer comfort, modern computerized signage, and column-free construction for an open, airy atmosphere. The station spans three city blocks at 1,591 feet long and 57 feet wide, and was built with high-ceiling and column-free design to create an airy sense of openness.

Bus| November 1, 2016

Texas' Capital Metro testing Alexander Dennis double-deck bus

This two-week pilot program will help Capital Metro’s leadership determine if double-decker buses are a feasible option on heavy commuter corridors such as IH-35, MoPac, and U.S. 183.

Accessibility| October 31, 2016

Q'Straint to discuss rearward-facing securement this Thursday

This presentation will explore developing ridership trends facing transit providers, offer an overview of the current research on rearward facing securement, and examine how emerging technologies are addressing the previous shortcomings of primitive rearward securement applications.

Accessibility| October 24, 2016

Chicago RTA awards $7M to projects serving seniors, people with disabilities

The funds are dedicated to removing barriers to transportation service and expanding available transportation mobility options.

Management & Operations| September 8, 2016

San Antonio VIA unveils next generation shelters, enhanced walkability

The City of Kirby will be among the first in VIA’s 14 member cities to feature solar-powered lights installed in nine new VIA bus shelters.

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