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Feds advance rail plans for Northeast Corridor

Rail| July 12, 2017

NEC FUTURE is FRA’s comprehensive planning effort to identify ways to improve the reliability, capacity, connectivity, performance, and resiliency of passenger rail service throughout the Northeast Corridor through 2040 and beyond.

Electric and driverless vehicles won’t cut it without shared mobility, report says

Mobility| May 3, 2017

Without a concurrent shift away from private vehicle ownership and toward ride sharing, the potential for electric, autonomous vehicles to reduce traffic and sprawl are severely limited.

[Video] The Boring Company: Tunnels

This visionary animation showcases entrepreneur Elon Musk's next venture, a tunneling company to help solve traffic congestion.

Rail| March 8, 2017

Hyperloop One reveals 1st images of Nevada development site

Company unveiled images for "DevLoop" during the Middle East Rail conference held in Dubai.

Rail| February 14, 2017

UW-Madison team wins Innovation Award in Hyperloop competition

The team competed against 30 teams from colleges and universities from around the world in the second phase of SpaceX’s Hyperloop pod competition.

Rail| January 18, 2017

Hyperloop Transportation Tech. to explore Czech Republic links

This is the first Hyperloop agreement to connect two international cities.

Government Issues| January 10, 2017

Current planning, funding won't meet future transportation demands: report

The Beyond Traffic 2045 report is a comprehensive study of the major trends that will shape our nation’s transportation system over the next thirty years.

Management & Operations| December 12, 2016

China's Transit Elevated 'straddling bus' going bust

Though TEB inventor Song Youzhou has insisted the company is still operating normally, sources told China’s The Paper that a major TEB investor has now cut off further funds.

Rail| October 4, 2016

Dubai RTA begins using 3D printer to create parts for rail system

The technology would enable RTA to keep the Dubai metro assets in service longer while driving down the cost of parts and in turn passing this saving back to the customer, the agency reported.

Mobility| September 20, 2016

Automated and Connected Vehicle Tech Offers Promise for Transit Agencies

Automated and connected vehicle technology has the potential to change all aspects of mobility and disrupt both public and private transportation as we know it. As Google, Uber, the automobile industry, and other organizations continue to make rapid technological advances in connected and automated vehicle technology, it is vital that public transit agencies consider these changes in their strategic planning.

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