Topic : art

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Sacramento RT unveils 'Rolling Art' light railcars

Management & Operations| March 13, 2018

The artists were selected from a juried registry based on their individual bodies of work that would suit the scale of light rail trains.

Albuquerque BRT receives rare 'Gold Standard' recognition

Bus| November 27, 2017

ART is the first-ever, BRT system in the U.S. to receive award from the ITDP, the highest internationally recognized standard for BRT systems.

Management & Operations| August 15, 2017

RATP Dev to manage Asheville, N.C.'s transit service

RATP Dev has appointed Bernadette Townsend to serve as ART’s new GM.

Rail| June 21, 2017

MARTA launches initiative to aesthetically enhance rail stations

The authority kicked off the newly established “Artbound” program with an inaugural launch event featuring dancers and musicians at Five Points MARTA Station this week.

Mobility| June 5, 2017

China introduces first autonomous rail transit system in China

CRRC's ART rubber wheels on a plastic core instead of steel wheels and is equipped with the company’s copyrighted technology to automatically guide the vehicle.

Bus| March 26, 2015

Albuquerque BRT project exploring full sponsorship

ABQ RIDE is looking to model its plan after the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority’s HealthLine, which is sponsored through a hospital partnership. Construction on the so-called ART system could begin in May 2016 with an in-service date of September 2017.

Rail| March 12, 2014

Free L.A. art tours also teach lessons on using rail

Tour leaders offer instruction in using TAP fare cards, turnstiles and train travel etiquette.
Rail| January 31, 2014

N.Y. MTA unveils new subway art cards

Three new art cards will adorn the panels in subway cars throughout the MTA system. The art cards are seen close-up, by millions of riders throughout the year.
Rail| December 18, 2012

Calif. agency opens art/transit project

The Construction Authority completed the first ever artist-designed transit bridge in California, on time and on budget; and celebrated this milestone with a ceremony honoring the men and women who designed and built the bridge.
Bus| November 18, 2010

Modular, Eco-Friendly Shelter Designs Can Reduce Costs

Modular, Eco-Friendly Shelter Designs Can Reduce CostsBy giving transit authorities several basic options that can be customized to suit the needs of any community, designers save time and cut expenditures.

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