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MARTA names chief customer experience officer, forms rider council

Management & Operations| February 14, 2020

Rhonda Allen has worked closely with all departments across the authority, most recently coordinating plans for Super Bowl LIII.

Biz News: New Flyer lands contract, Q'STRAINT forms partnership

Bus| February 14, 2020

Oregon is the latest to approve the company for a statewide contract, while tradeshows will be the focus of a new strategic partnership.

Rail| February 14, 2020

Amtrak to begin high-speed testing of first trainset for new Acela fleet

Train to travel from New York to Colorado ahead of 2021 launch.

Security and Safety | February 14, 2020

Law enforcement teams keep crime levels down LA Metro system

Since 2017, the agency uses Metro transit security, private security and in-house fare compliance officers to better protect the system.

Bus| February 14, 2020

Student ridership doubles on SacRT

The City of Sacramento provided SacRT with $1 million, as well as additional funds from other cities and school districts to counter revenue loss for the year-long RydeFreeRT program.

Mobility| February 13, 2020

Sustainable transport on track to bypass cars by 2030 in largest cities

Cycling is predicted to increase by 18%, while walking and public transport usage will rise by 15% and 6% respectively.

Government Issues| February 13, 2020

FTA makes $9M available to improve rail transit, bus operator safety

Includes $7.3 million for new tech/designs for rail transit safety; and $2 million for projects that redesign transit bus operator compartment.

Mobility| February 13, 2020

Columbus unveils nation's first public AV shuttle for residential area

Two all-electric vehicles, serviced by autonomous mobility provider EasyMile, will service the 2.9-mile route.

Accessibility| February 12, 2020

DWS unveils ADA-compliant tactile warning mat for pedestrians

The RediMat features a proprietary pre-applied adhesive system, ensures quick installation (less than 10 minutes).

Rail| February 12, 2020

U.S. DOT commits $1.3B for section 3 of LA Metro's rail extension

The Purple Line extension will garner about 49,300 daily weekday boardings at the seven new stations.

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