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MV Transportation names new CEO

Management & Operations| April 16, 2019

Thomas A. Egan is an accomplished executive with an impressive track record of driving growth, efficiencies, and quality improvement.

STV|DPM relocates Connecticut bus facility

Bus| March 7, 2019

Through a management contract with Connecticut Department of Transportation, NET provides public bus transit services in the greater Waterbury, Meriden, and Wallingford areas.

Mobility| February 11, 2019

Chariot ceases U.S., UK operations

The move from Ford Smart Mobility comes two years after purchasing the operation from a San Francisco commuter ride-sharing startup.

Management & Operations| February 8, 2019

TriMet names new chief operating officer

Sam Desue Jr. brings more than 22 years of public and private transportation experience, including KCATA and Pierce Transit. 

Government Issues| January 18, 2019

APTA urges President, Congress to open U.S. DOT

36% of agency members report the government shutdown is substantially impacting their operations and/or capital programs.

Government Issues| November 26, 2018

FRA issues Final Rule for high-speed rail operations

The rule paves the way for U.S. high-speed passenger trains to safely travel as fast as 220 miles per hour.

Management & Operations| November 14, 2018

First Transit names new regional VP of operations

Jay Jeter has more than 18 years of transportation experience in areas such as operations, finance, legal, labor negotiations, and customer engagement and leadership.

Accessibility| October 4, 2018

First Transit operating TransLink's HandyDART service

The company currently operates the majority of HandyDART service in B.C. outside of Metro Vancouver on behalf of BC Transit, including Victoria, Kelowna, and Kamloops.

Management & Operations| September 5, 2018

DCTA board names new president

Raymond Suarez has served as DCTA’s COO since July 2014.

Motorcoach| August 17, 2018

Ill.'s Cavallo Bus Lines reportedly ceases operations

The company opened for business in 1942 by transporting workers to a World War II munitions factory.

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