Topic : LTK Engineering Services

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LTK names Leggett director, zero-emissions planning

Management & Operations| December 13, 2019

In this new role, she will lead the company's continued efforts to support clients transitioning to zero-emissions vehicles.

Top public transit leaders honored by APTA at Nashville event

Management & Operations| October 8, 2018

Thomas C. Lambert, president/CEO, of Houston Metro received the 2018 Outstanding Public Transportation Manager Award.

Management & Operations| October 5, 2018

LTK's Cornell named APTA's Outstanding Business Member for 2018

Was honored at an awards ceremony and luncheon on September 25th in Nashville, Tenn., as part of APTA’s Annual Meeting.

Rail| September 22, 2016

Going Green in Rail Transport: Maximizing Rail Systems’ Electrical Energy Recovery

Using regenerative braking for rail vehicles can help transit agencies return energy to the system and save money. LTK's TrainOps software helps transit agencies determine how to implement these systems.

Rail| August 16, 2016

LTK to support Utah Transit in FrontRunner study

FrontRunner is centered on Salt Lake City and connects 15 stations between Provo and Ogden.

Mobility| August 15, 2016

First Hill Streetcar Launch Moves Seattle Closer to Connected System

Although a stand-alone system, the $134 million, 2.5-mile streetcar is part of a broader city vision that entails a network that will provide new urban mobility options, support economic growth
and strengthen connections.

Management & Operations| June 8, 2016

LTK Engineering Services names new president

Dominic DiBrito will replace George Dorshimer, who will be retiring. Dorshimer has served as LTK’s president for 22 years, during which time the firm tripled in size.

Management & Operations| March 29, 2016

Leggett joins First Transit as regional VP

Dee Leggett was most recently a senior consultant with LTK Engineering Services Inc.

Management & Operations| October 5, 2015

2015 Women In Transportation: Natalie Cornell

Cornell says her marketing experience has helped her throughout her career.

Management & Operations| February 24, 2015

How to Succeed in Implementing New Fare Technology

With a phased approach, agencies can make a smooth transition and also increase passenger convenience and flexibility, as well as boost ridership.


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