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Converted cooking oil fuels WKU's shuttle bus

Sustainability| April 13, 2018

Engineering students convert cooking oil previously used to prepare French fries, chicken and other favorites in campus restaurants to biodiesel.

Caltrain, Stanford U. to collaborate on business plan

Rail| April 9, 2018

Plan will identify a service model that supports long-term regional job and population growth and surging ridership demand.

Rail| April 4, 2018

Rutgers leads rail safety research, education in N.J. and N.Y.

The need for a strong workforce is especially critical since half of the nation’s railway engineers are eligible for retirement in the next five to 10 years.

Bus| March 21, 2018

El Paso receives first of 6 restored vintage streetcars

The 1937 Presidents' Conference Committee streetcars will be put into service for the first time since 1974.

Management & Operations| March 19, 2018

Q&A with Lextran GM Carrie Butler

METRO Magazine’s Managing Editor Alex Roman spoke to Butler about Lextran’s day-to-day challenges, its alternative-fuels program, and how the lack of federal funding could impact the agency and the community it serves.

Management & Operations| March 15, 2018

COTA taps new President/CEO

Joanna Pinkerton was recommended by the COTA CEO Selection Committee and then unanimously approved by the full Board of Trustees. 

University| March 5, 2018

U. of Kentucky shuttle service offers commute-planning assistance

Students and employees will be able to indicate which alternative transportation modes they would like to try, as well as their desired starting and ending points.

Sustainability| February 26, 2018

Siemens, Ballard to develop fuel-cell drive for trains

The German Federal Ministry for Transportation and Digital Infrastructure will support Siemens and RWTH Aachen with project funding of roughly $14 million as part of the Ministry’s “National Hydrogen and Fuel Cell Technology Innovation Program.”

Technology| January 24, 2018

UK city submits plans for 'very light rail' innovation center

Research will explore ways to reduce the weight and cost of carriages and track to provide a cheaper alternative to heavy rail and metro systems for connections between suburban and rural areas.

January 17, 2018

Looking Ahead: The Future of Streetcars

Over the last few months, we’ve talked about the resurgence of streetcars and explored recently completed projects across the country. So what’s next for modern streetcars? A number of expansions of existing systems are in various stages of planning and development ...

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