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COTA names sr. director of development

Management & Operations| November 6, 2019

Kimberly Sharp has been deputy director, planning and development for the City of Westerville since 2013.

L.A. Metro RFP seeks early contractor involvement to develop project

Management & Operations| November 4, 2019

Agency is seeking a pre-development agreement with up to two private sector proposers to assist in the planning and design of the Sepulveda transit corridor megaproject.

Zero Emissions| September 23, 2019

EV charging provider Tritium opens L.A. facility

The E-Mobility Innovation Center will feature a testing facility for DC charger interoperability with the suite of advanced Tritium DC chargers.

Management & Operations| July 26, 2019

Transdev names new EVP, chief human resources officer

Charlotte Furton-Walker brings an impressive array of expertise over a career that spans more than 20 years.

Management & Operations| June 12, 2019

DART board approves development agreement

The agency acquired the land during construction of their light-rail line to construct and operate a future plaza that would connect Victory Station to American Airlines Center.

Management & Operations| January 16, 2019

WMATA selling surplus property to cut costs, generate revenue

Properties in Maryland, Virginia, and the District have potential for commercial, residential, and/or mixed-use development.

Management & Operations| July 12, 2018

Calif.'s VTA issues 3 transit oriented development RFPs

The Joint Development Program decides which properties are suitable to build on and provides the necessary groundwork and resources to develop those properties.

Mobility| March 20, 2018

L.A. Metro launches pilot program for SBE, DBE, and DVBE firms

The $1.3 million Contractor Development and Bonding Program will enable qualified entrepreneurs to successfully compete for construction-related contracts.

Mobility| August 18, 2017

Fiat Chrysler joining BMW, Intel, Mobileye autonomous development group

Will bring engineering and other technical resources and expertise to the cooperation, as well as its significant sales volumes, geographic reach, and longtime experience in North America.

University| May 23, 2016

Clemson University, City officials focusing on walkability

Officials say walking to classes and other events on campus, or to downtown bars and restaurants, cuts the traffic on city and campus streets, eases parking headaches and reduces the cost of road maintenance.

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