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LAN to conduct Dallas high-speed rail station planning study

Rail| January 11, 2017

Currently, three HSR corridors that would connect major urban areas of the state are under various stages of development. The corridors include the Dallas to Fort Worth HSR, Dallas to Houston HSR, and Texas-Oklahoma Passenger Rail Study.

U. of Minn. study ranks accessibility to jobs by transit in top U.S. cities

University| January 9, 2017

The findings have a range of uses and implications. State departments of transportation, metropolitan planning organizations, and transit agencies can apply the evaluations to performance goals related to congestion, reliability, and sustainability.

Rail| December 12, 2016

CATS to spend $1.5M to study rail line to airport

Ten years ago, the agency had a general concept of building a streetcar along Wilkinson Boulevard toward the city's airport, but CATS CEO John Lewis wants a more detailed study to determine whether that’s the best option.

Mobility| November 28, 2016

U. of Mich., partners with Chinese firms to study autonomous vehicles

The university’s $27 million collaboration with Frontt Capital Management, a Shenzhen-based investment firm, will establish a joint research center for intelligent vehicles at the university and a robotics laboratory on North Campus.

Management & Operations| November 21, 2016

Las Vegas RTC awards $1.9M contract for high-capacity transit plan

Nelson/NYGAARD will release a report, scheduled for release by mid-2018, which will examine 25 heavily used corridors in Clark County, including the light-rail project under consideration for Maryland Parkway.

Security and Safety | November 8, 2016

SmartDrive publishes collision operator analysis for transit

The SmartDrive Collision Snapshot for transit illuminates key observations that distinguish collision operators (those involved in at least one collision during the 12-month analysis period) from non-collision operators.

Mobility| November 1, 2016

African Americans see longer waits, cancelled rides from TNCs, study says

In Seattle, one experiment found consistently longer waiting times for African American passengers — as much as a 35 percent increase.

Sustainability| October 31, 2016

Robust zero-emission vehicle program will save tens of billions of dollars each year

Every year, pollution from passenger vehicles costs the 10 ZEV states about $24 billion in health costs, which includes 20,000 lost work days.

Mobility| October 20, 2016

Future for connected cars is promising, obstacles remain: study

Obstacles include privacy and security concerns, to a lack of infrastructure and the need for a legislative framework.

Mobility| October 10, 2016

By 2020, 49% believe they will use only 1 transportation app: study

Additionally, more than a quarter of citizens will be using a self-driving car, according to a forthcoming global study from Xerox.

 

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