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U.S. DOT announces major initiative to support rural transportation needs

Government Issues| October 14, 2019

Will address the challenges by assisting stakeholders in understanding how to access grants and financing products and developing data-driven approaches to solve issues.

NJ TRANSIT exploring future with autonomous vehicles

Mobility| October 10, 2019

Submitted proposal to FTA for a $950,000 grant to test three self-driving shuttles as part of a pilot program.

Zero Emissions| October 10, 2019

Vapor to represent Stemman-Technic electric-charging solutions

Provides power collection and transfer systems, including bus and commercial vehicle fleet opportunity charging solutions.

Rail| October 3, 2019

Chicago breaks ground on historic 'RPM' rail project

The groundbreaking is the latest project to modernize the Red Line — CTA’s busiest line that serves more than 30% of all rail customers.

Zero Emissions| October 3, 2019

Mich.-based SMART, DDOT to buy Proterra e-buses, chargers

Agencies awarded $2.6 million through FTA Low-No Program for the vehicles and charging equipment.

Rail| October 2, 2019

MBTA to add 80 bi-level coaches for commuter rail

Will replace single-level coaches, address an immediate need for vehicles, and provide a more efficient way to add capacity.

Zero Emissions| September 30, 2019

3 Things You Need to Know About Electric Buses

Charge times, cost and fleet size are important factors to take into account when planning how best to integrate EVs into a bus fleet.

Management & Operations| September 29, 2019

Bi-State Dev. completes bond refinancing, will save public $49M

Nearly $20 million of these savings will be immediately available to fund public safety infrastructure improvements for Metro system.

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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| September 17, 2019

NY MTA proposes historic $51 billion to modernize bus, rail systems

Proposed investment is by far the highest in the MTA’s history, increasing spending on infrastructure by 70% over current levels.

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