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Can Public Transportation Save the World from Climate Change?

Sustainability| September 26, 2017

How public transportation figures into cities’ and states’ climate change commitments, even after the U.S. announces its withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord.

WSP USA projects recognized with three Calif. transportation awards

Rail| September 20, 2017

The Exposition Line Light Rail in Los Angeles received the California Transportation Foundation's Overall Project of the Year award.

Sustainability| September 19, 2017

Calif. legislature passes California Clean Air Initiative

Specifically, the legislation allocates $250 million toward the Carl Moyer program, $140 million toward incentivizing cleaner emissions vehicles at the ports, and another $180 million towards the Clean Bus and Truck program, which underwrites Low-NOx natural gas engines.

Management & Operations| August 18, 2017

WSP appoints new western construction services manager

Charlie Guess will oversee the delivery of construction management and engineering and inspection services in Washington, Oregon, Nevada, and California.

Sustainability| August 10, 2017

Trillium CNG selected to build station for Calif. transit district

GCTD is building a new maintenance and operations facility, which includes a new administration and operations building, fleet maintenance and repair building, and a CNG fueling station.

Management & Operations| August 10, 2017

Tolar Manufacturing Co. delivers bus shelters, rapid transit station for Calif. city

State-of-the-art amenities include real-time information in oversized LED digital displays, closed-circuit 24/7 security cameras, enhanced security lighting, and light poles equipped with LED next bus arrival readers.

Security and Safety | August 3, 2017

Sacramento RT installs cameras at station after officer shooting

Deputy Alex Ladwig was shot June 27, allegedly by a man whom Ladwig had approached to check for his train ticket.

Management & Operations| July 10, 2017

Sacramento RT lands grant to upgrade fare collection, signage

Many of the system’s existing fare vending machines are more than 15 years old and only accept cash and coin. The new machines will allow passengers to pay with credit, debit, and Connect Card — the region’s new transit smart card.

Management & Operations| June 20, 2017

INIT, Sacramento launch region-wide smart card fare collection system

The system incorporates nine transit agencies covering six counties within the Sacramento region serving a population of 2.5 million.

Sustainability| June 8, 2017

GreenPower breaks ground on Calif. facility

During the event, representatives from CARB and California Climate Investments presented the City of Porterville with a giant check representing a grant for $9.5 million, which will bring 10 zero-emission battery-electric buses and supportive infrastructure to serve disadvantaged communities in the region.

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