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Bill would ban use of fed funds for Chinese manufactured rolling stock

Government Issues| May 16, 2019

A number of large, metropolitan areas have recently awarded rail rolling stock procurements to a Chinese state-owned enterprise.

Senators threaten to withhold WMATA funds if it selects Chinese railcars

Rail| April 15, 2019

CRRC is actively pursuing a WMATA contract likely to exceed $1 billion to build up to 800 of its new 8000-series railcars.

Management & Operations| March 20, 2019

N.Y. Senate passes legislation to add transit dependent NFTA board members

The new appointments could play a major role in shaping NFTA’s future, which includes a possible $1.6 billion light rail expansion.

Government Issues| March 8, 2019

Ohio House passes bill that includes $200M public transit funding boost

The funds reverses a years-long trend that saw the state slip to 38th nationally in support for transit systems.

Government Issues| November 14, 2018

Legislation calls for NJ Transit to issue refunds for rail delays

Monthly pass holders would get a prorated amount refunded while single-ticket holders would get their money back.

Security and Safety | June 15, 2018

Bill would mandate human trafficking awareness program in Calif.

From 2008 to 2017, California had the most human trafficking cases reported to the National Human Trafficking Hotline of any state.

Management & Operations| May 28, 2018

Legislation would require public transit to adopt anti-harassment rules

Policy could allow transportation companies to permanently ban any passengers who commit sexual assault or harassment on that transportation line.

Mobility| February 14, 2018

Transportation industry responds to President's infrastructure plan

ITS America announced the formation of its Smart Infrastructure Task Force to address how technology and innovation can be incentivized.

Government Issues| January 18, 2018

House bill would provide $2.6B for PTC implementation

Amtrak promised PTC will be installed and activated on the Cascades line “during the third quarter of 2018,” in a letter last week from CEO Richard Anderson to Washington and Oregon transportation directors.

Government Issues| May 4, 2017

Profile: Norm Mineta, Former Secretary of Transportation

The searchlights were going back and forth over his body, scanning the barracks as Norm Mineta slept. It was the middle of 1942, and Norm was ten years old, sleeping on a mattress stuffed with hay...

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