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NYC Transit to install netting under elevated track structures

Security and Safety | July 22, 2019

Pilot will test whether and how the material may capture potential hazards, such as loose debris, while still allowing regular inspections of the structure.

DART lands APTA Innovation Award

Technology| July 19, 2019

The award is given to a public transit agency demonstrating innovative concepts in the provision of public transportation services.

Rail| July 19, 2019

Sound Transit's Link light rail service marks 10th anniversary

On its opening day in 2009, Link covered 14 miles of service between the Westlake and Tukwila International Boulevard Stations.

Zero Emissions| July 19, 2019

GreenPower delivers first EV Stars to Creative Bus Sales

The company received an order in 2018 for 100 buses from Creative, the nation’s largest bus dealer for sales, parts, and service.

Bus| July 19, 2019

Valley Metro, Total Transit honor bus driver for reaching 1M mile mark

Julie Castillo was originally hired by Total Transit in 2001 as a medical transport driver, where she first illustrated her dedication to excellence.

Motorcoach| July 18, 2019

Minn.'s Riley Bus & Tours adds MCI J4500

The 2019 J4500 features industry-leading legroom and a maximum 60-seat passenger configuration following its interior redesign in 2018.

Technology| July 18, 2019

Tolar lands $7.1M multi-year MARTA contract

Will build 1,000 bus shelters of various configurations, benches, trash receptacles, leaning rails, solar-powered lighting, and passenger information displays.

Management & Operations| July 18, 2019

San Francisco names interim director of transportation

Tom Maguire will take over the position beginning August 14 and serve until a new director of transportation is appointed.

Management & Operations| July 18, 2019

California's GCTD opens new operations, maintenance facility

The new site is positioned well to handle GCTD’s growing fleet expected to climb from 56 buses to approximately 125 over the next 30 to 40 years.

Security and Safety | July 18, 2019

FMCSA permanently bans commercial drivers convicted of human trafficking

The new rule revises the list of offenses permanently disqualifying individuals from operating a commercial motor vehicle.

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