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Metro Transit to improve quality of service, safety on rail systems

Management & Operations| March 20, 2019

Includes adding technology to make riding the bus more reliable and adding new bus routes, which will cost about $1.5 million.

Sonoma-Marin rail system carries 100,000th bicyclist

Rail| March 20, 2019

Since opening its doors in 2017, SMART passengers have included bicyclists who use their bikes to get to and from stations on a regular basis.

Rail| March 20, 2019

Alstom opens online marketplace for mobility sector

StationOne connects professionals in the railway industry and is designed as an efficient way to both promote and access the broadest possible range of products and services.

Accessibility| March 19, 2019

New York MTA offers enhanced paratransit program services

Expands use of online and app booking option, improved driver training for more drivers, and more door-to-door service.

Mobility| March 19, 2019

3 cities, Passport partner on solution for shared scooter use

With the solution, Charlotte, Detroit, and Omaha can maintain visibility and control over scooter deployments and better manage their curbs.

Motorcoach| March 19, 2019

MCI names new director, pre-owned coaches

Brian Lichter will be responsible for leading MCI’s pre-owned sales team and will be based in the Des Plaines, Illinois MCI Sales and Service Center.

Government Issues| March 19, 2019

FTA transfers WMATA safety, announces all states now meet oversight standards

In addition, approximately $48.5 million in FTA grant funding withheld due to the District, Maryland, and Virginia is now available

Management & Operations| March 19, 2019

Rising costs, new tech among biggest challenges for public transit

Key findings from a report by CellPoint Mobile looks at what has challenged agencies and what they must do to embrace those challenges.

Government Issues| March 18, 2019

Public transit infrastructure needs at least $232 billion, APTA says

U.S. projects range from those in need of major repair or maintenance to new priorities including terminal constructions and electric bus fleets.

Government Issues| March 18, 2019

FTA announces $85M funding for tech. advanced transit buses

The Low-No Program helps project sponsors purchase or lease low- or no-emission vehicles.

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