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FMCSA seeks comment on military driver pilot project

Motorcoach| August 23, 2016

The three-year pilot program would allow a limited number of individuals between the ages of 18 and 21 to operate commercial motor vehicles in interstate commerce while in military service .

PSTA, Uber partner to offer disadvantaged residents free, on-demand rides

Mobility| July 21, 2016

The $300,000 grant-funded pilot demonstration, awarded by the Commission for the Transportation Disadvantaged, is aimed at helping low-income, unemployed residents overcome transportation barriers to employment.

Management & Operations| September 11, 2015

Wash.'s Spokane Transit testing 'smart bus' technology

The $4.9 million technology was funded in part with $2.2 million in federal congestion mitigation grants. By making bus riding more efficient, the STA hopes to attract additional riders and get more cars off the streets.

University| March 2, 2015

AC Transit testing double-deck on route to Stanford

Reports have so far been positive from riders on the 54-minute trip, which features views of San Jose and San Francisco. AC Transit is testing the $800,000 bus to see how customers like it

Management & Operations| January 6, 2015

San Francisco, Globe Sherpa team for mobile payment app

Users will be able to store a debit or credit card or use PayPal to purchase tickets anytime and anywhere. GlobeSherpa also will provide SFMTA Transit Fare Inspectors with a new enforcement application to verify mobile fares using a separate hand-held mobile device.

Management & Operations| June 12, 2014

Edmonton rolls out BYD test bus

The buses will run on various ETS routes across the city, travelling with regularly scheduled buses in service and for special events. Instead of paying a fare, passengers will be asked to complete a survey describing their experience riding an electric bus.
Bus| February 27, 2014

Kansas City to introduce Wi-Fi on buses

Is conducting this pilot to determine the demand for Wi-Fi on buses and will also assess how well existing technology can meet the needs of riders.
Bus| October 31, 2013

Arkansas agency begins Wi-Fi pilot

CATA intends to include the provision of Wi-Fi services in a grant application being submitted to Metroplan later this year. The pilot will last through the month of November.
Bus| February 15, 2013

Proterra to Power S.C. town

The bus manufacturer is helping the City of Seneca reach its goal of having an all-electric bus fleet by the summer. The city partnered with nearby Clemson Area Transit to obtain a grant to fund the four vehicles and charging infrastructure.
Mobility| November 19, 2012

Mass. college, transit partner for expansion

Williams College is paying for the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority’s pilot expansion of weekday bus service. The project includes a pilot texting option that lets riders notify the bus company of their presence at one of the new "On Demand" bus stops.

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