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Alstom-Bombardier consortium lands French railcar order

Rail| December 2, 2019

The confirmed part of the contract covers the delivery of 44 trains for a sum of over $587 million, which may be supplemented by options exercised for a total of up to 410 trains.

Transdev lands shared AV pilot contract

Technology| December 2, 2019

The pilot is the cornerstone of LAVTA’s mobility lab in nearby Dublin, Calif.

Management & Operations| December 2, 2019

MARTA strikes public-private partnership to build pedestrian bridge

The agreement marks MARTA’s second project working with a private developer in the Perimeter market to provide direct transit access to a building.

Technology| December 2, 2019

6 ways next-gen bus scheduling impacts business

Scheduling/planning tech, which most people think of as slow and complex software, is strategic to the future of public transportation.

Management & Operations| November 29, 2019

HNTB awarded capital project oversight contract with FTA

Contract supports and extends FTA’s critical role in overseeing deployment of federal grants for approved transit projects.

Rail| November 27, 2019

Texas Central signs with Kiewit unit to prep for high-speed rail install

Mass. Electric will focus on core system, safety elements, including all necessary power, signaling and communications equipment.

Rail| November 27, 2019

LAN selected for Calif. platform extension project

The project will extend the ACE platform at Fremont station by 400 feet to accommodate longer 10-car trains.

Bus| November 27, 2019

Biz News: Proterra and MCI deliver vehicles

Calif.'s Royal Coach celebrates its 60th anniversary with a new J4500, while Proterra lands first N.M. electric bus contract.

Rail| November 27, 2019

LIRR safety fixes 'virtually eliminated' motorists turning onto tracks

The FRA recommends other railroads review program, which uses flexible delineators at railroad crossings and enhanced GPS alerts.

Mobility| November 26, 2019

Sustainability benefits come from sharing AV services, not tech

Improving sustainability of shared rides does not require self-driving vehicles, but rather a focus on existing technology we have today.

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