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Dallas' D2 subway reaches preliminary design milestone

Rail| March 25, 2020

The next phase is preparing a supplemental draft environment impact statement to access potential impacts and benefits of the project.

Proterra names new chairman, CEO

Management & Operations| March 24, 2020

Jack Allen will step into the role immediately, with Ryan Popple named co-founder and executive director.

Zero Emissions| March 24, 2020

Phoenix Motorcars delivers all-electric shuttles to Texas fleet

The ZEUS 400 shuttles will be added to their current fleet of ultra-super low emissions diesel and all-electric shuttles.

Rail| March 24, 2020

Bombardier temporarily ceases work at its Canadian facilities

The suspension includes Bombardier’s aircraft and rail production activities in the provinces of Quebec and Ontario.

Government Issues| March 23, 2020

Coalition of transit agencies demand at least $25B in federal aid

CEOs from nine agencies signed a letter urging Congressional leaders to include dedicated transit funding in relief package.

Management & Operations| March 23, 2020

Congestion cost Americans nearly $88 billion in 2019, report says

For the second consecutive year, Boston ranked as the most congested city in the U.S.

Security and Safety | March 23, 2020

Americans turn away from public transit as direct result of COVID-19

Public opinion poll among 1,000 Americans found that 48% feel that riding public transit poses a high health risk due to the virus.

Mobility| March 23, 2020

L.A. Metro unveils 'hybrid package' to continue service during COVID-19

Both bus and rail service will be adjusted that will result in slightly less service than offered on the typical weekday but more than on a typical weekend.

Rail| March 23, 2020

Sound Transit completes downtown light rail service

The return follows the conclusion of Connect 2020, an 11-week period of major service impacts while construction crews connected the existing system in downtown Seattle to East Link.

Rail| March 23, 2020

FRA seeks to gauge performance, service of intercity passenger rail

The rule would define Amtrak on-time performance and would set forth a minimum on-time performance standard of 80%.

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