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Report suggests Cleveland should replace entire rail fleet by 2028

Rail| April 17, 2019

While both fleets have had some level of mid-life rehabilitation, each fleet is exceeding the acceptable 30-year useful life for railcars.

Rising costs, new tech among biggest challenges for public transit

Management & Operations| March 19, 2019

Key findings from a report by CellPoint Mobile looks at what has challenged agencies and what they must do to embrace those challenges.

Mobility| January 24, 2019

Report finds ride-hailing services impacting public transit ridership

After TNCs enter a market, heavy rail ridership can be expected to decrease by 1.3% and bus ridership by 1.7%.

Government Issues| October 12, 2018

Calif. could lose $100B in transportation revenue if bill repealed

As an example, in 2040, the mean projection is that the state will collect $8.6 billion with SB1 and $3.4 billion without, a $5.2 billion difference.

Security and Safety | July 26, 2018

New study examines extremist attacks on rail targets

Since 1970, there have been more than 1,000 attempts to derail trains and otherwise attack rail infrastructure.

Management & Operations| June 8, 2018

LA Metro taps HASTUS Planning Platform for NextGen bus study

Will use system to evaluate route network scenarios and their impacts on riders, as well as to develop optimized timetables for the revamped service.

Rail| April 24, 2018

Study finds untapped development potential around MBTA rail stations

Vacant and underutilized land surrounding 13 Gateway City commuter rail stations could house up to 230,000 residents and 230,000 jobs.

Management & Operations| March 26, 2018

Paris Mayor wants to offer free public transit to reduce pollution

During an interview with a French paper, Anne Hidalgo said she has asked three of her assistants to conduct a large study on the subject, which would involve both French and foreign experts.

Management & Operations| January 30, 2018

Study finds value in downtown, center cities investment

From driving tax revenue and business activity to spurring smart development and innovative workplaces, the International Downtown Association and Stantec found that downtowns play a pivotal role in the long-term health of a region.

Security and Safety | December 6, 2017

Noise levels during commutes could induce hearing loss, study says

Bursts of loud noise on both public and private modes of transportation could place individuals at risk of noise-induced hearing loss.

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