Topic : Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority

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HART, union agree to add driver safety barriers

Security and Safety | June 14, 2019

The agency allocated $1 million toward the project with each installed barrier estimated to cost $5,000.

Florida's HART names new CEO

Management & Operations| February 4, 2019

Benjamin Limmer currently serves as Assistant GM for the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority.

Mobility| December 3, 2018

Connected vehicle tech tested in Tampa, Florida

The program has now deployed the potentially lifesaving technology in 1,000 cars, 10 buses, and eight streetcars.

Bus| July 16, 2018

HART, Tampa International launch new intercounty bus route to airport

Route 275LX offers residents, businesses, and visitors, more accessible, cost-effective transportation access between Hillsborough and Pasco counties.

Rail| June 13, 2018

HART lands $2.7M grant for TECO streetcar

Will support extending streetcar service hours, increase frequency, and provide free rides to customers for the next three years.

Mobility| March 1, 2018

HART, May Mobility demo autonomous vehicle tech in downtown Tampa

The demonstration provided transit experts and local leaders with an understanding about the capabilities of self-driving vehicles and what the city can expect from this type of transit technology.

Management & Operations| December 5, 2017

Fla.'s HART names interim CEO

Jeffrey Seward will serve as interim CEO while the board conducts a national search for a permanent replacement.

Management & Operations| November 8, 2017

HART CEO to lead Pittsburgh Port Authority

During Katharine Eagan's tenure, from 2010 to 2015, ridership increased over 20% and farebox recovery increased over 25%. 

Mobility| November 2, 2017

HART to pilot autonomous mobility project with Stantec

This project is the first continuously operated shared autonomous project in the U.S. that will function in an open environment on public roads with mixed traffic.

Security and Safety | September 14, 2017

Fla. transit, motorcoach operators back to full service after Hurricane Irma

The hurricane caused massive power outages, flooding, and blocked rail lines and roads across Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas.

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