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Sound Transit's Hilltop Tacoma Link extension places first rail set

Rail| June 19, 2019

Once the rail installation is complete, there is two-week test and inspection period to ensure the rails meet design specifications.

SamTrans, Caltrain launch ridership rewards program

Management & Operations| June 19, 2019

Riders will be eligible to compete in special public transit challenges to earn additional rewards, such as Amazon or Starbucks gift cards

Technology| June 19, 2019

SLEC lands largest vehicle lift contract in its history

The company recently announced that its lifts are now American-made, retaining many of the features of the former SEFAC lift.

Mobility| June 19, 2019

Via teams for launch of senior-focused microtransit service in Mass.

Provides residents 60 and over with affordable travel within the city of Newton, and to medical facilities outside of the city’s boundaries.

Bus| June 19, 2019

Orlando's LYNX to add up to 50 New Flyer CNG artics

The new, low-emission articulated buses will provide more frequent and reliable high-quality service for passengers in the greater Orlando area.

Technology| June 19, 2019

Port Authority of Alleghany continues partnership with Connectpoint

Comes after the Digital Bus Stop displays prove to be succesful in carrying out the mission to improve rider experience. 

Motorcoach| June 18, 2019

Megabus.com 'Partners' program yields benefits to bus companies

As well as this full operational support, the megabus.com team will assist operators in maximizing revenue yield.

Technology| June 18, 2019

CTE to lead national advanced tech transit vehicle advisory panel

Group will streamline multiple advanced bus research and education resources into a cohesive FTA-led program.

Rail| June 18, 2019

WMATA to study 3 rail lines to address region's future needs

The first phase of the study will assess key issues and trends and document why improvements to the lines are necessary.

Management & Operations| June 18, 2019

Chatham Area Transit CEO resigns to accept new transit position

Curtis Koleber has headed up CAT for nearly six years after joining the agency in 2013 as COO/deputy executive director.

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