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FlixBus USA set to expand in Texas, New York

Motorcoach| November 1, 2018

The company has set up an office in New York City, which will serve as the hub for FlixBus USA’s eastern operations, set to begin in 2019.

KCATA expands RideKC Freedom On-Demand program

Mobility| October 9, 2018

By the end of November, the on-demand service is on track to surpass 100,000 rides.

Motorcoach| July 23, 2018

Royal Star Hawaii opens new 4-acre maintenance facility

The company now has plans to add 20 brand new vehicles to its fleet, including six, 58-seat buses and some luxury xi-seater SUVs.

Management & Operations| April 25, 2018

USSC expands manufacturing capabilities, forms active seat tech partnership

The company will move operations into a nearly 300,000-square-foot facility in phase one of the expansion to accommodate the need for additional production after a company acquisition.

Rail| April 9, 2018

Caltrain, Stanford U. to collaborate on business plan

Plan will identify a service model that supports long-term regional job and population growth and surging ridership demand.

Rail| February 7, 2018

Munich releases $6.8B plan to expand metro, tram systems

The centerpiece of the 25-mile expansion plan is a new north-south metro line through the city center.

Mobility| May 22, 2017

U. of Md., Zagster expand bikeshare program

The program — which offers a convenient, affordable and healthy way for people to get on, off and around campus and the city — has grown by 30% since its debut.

Rail| May 1, 2017

Sound Transit adding 30 more Siemens light rail vehicles

The added vehicles, scheduled to arrive no later than 18 months after final delivery of a previous order placed last fall, will support the opening of Sound Transit’s Link extension projects to Federal Way and downtown Redmond in 2024.

Rail| February 22, 2017

DC Streetcar fares to remain free

The decision to hold off on charging fares was based on two reasons — District Department of Transportation feared charging even $1 per ride would scare away passengers and charging a fare would actually cost the District money.

Mobility| January 10, 2017

Ford's Chariot ridesharing service expanding to 6 more cities

The service crowdsources its routes based on rider demand, and it’s working to use data algorithms to map the most efficient routes, helping commuters who aren’t well-served by current public bus routes and local trains.

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