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NJ TRANSIT's FY20 budget to boost personnel, customer experience

Management & Operations| July 24, 2019

Approximately 61% of the operating budget is dedicated to costs associated with labor and fringe benefits.

How Transportation Works in Stockholm and Copenhagen: Part II

Rail| July 24, 2019

Expanding on Part I, the author takes a further look at public transport, including rail and micromobility options in the region.

Mobility| July 23, 2019

TNCs divert riders from public transit, cost MBTA $20 million: Study

Analysis shows ride-hailing companies add traffic, reduce MBTA ridership, and increase greenhouse gas emissions across region.

Rail| July 23, 2019

Caltrain's long-range vision includes fast, frequent service on all lines

Over the period of this vision, peak hours would see eight trains per direction per hour, with all day express service every 15 minutes, and increased off-peak and weekend services.

Bus| July 23, 2019

AC Transit to re-launch Salesforce Transit Center service

The move comes after a thorugh inspection from the agency, the TJPA, and the MTC.

Management & Operations| July 23, 2019

Toronto Transit uses unique system to keep buses clean

The agency took advantage of a partnership between Westmatic and igus Canada to ensure its fleet is clean and ready for service.

Mobility| July 23, 2019

VIA's Link service reaches major milestone after first 2 months

The first of its kind service in San Antonio and Bexar County allows transit riders to schedule trips on minivans when they need them.

Management & Operations| July 23, 2019

MCTS video campaign wins APTA honor

MCTS Excellence began in late 2016 as a video series posted on the company’s website and official social media accounts

Mobility| July 22, 2019

Via, Trinity Metro launch on-demand shared transit service

ZIPZONE marks Via’s third on-demand public transportation deployment in Texas, joining successful shared transit deployments in the neighboring cities of Arlington and Austin.

Technology| July 22, 2019

WMATA releases RFP to install solar panels

The solar panels will be owned, operated, installed, and maintained by a solar energy provider at no cost to WMATA or taxpayers.

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