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Dennis named Genfare's Western Region sales director

Technology| January 3, 2019

Dennis participates and stays connected to the transit community by being a committee member of both the CTA and APTA.

Calif.'s NCTD completes full PTC implementation

Security and Safety | January 3, 2019

Is one of only four U.S. agencies that has completed PTC implementation by the federally-mandated deadline of Dec. 31, 2018.

Management & Operations| January 3, 2019

Marcia L. Hale starts new D.C.-based firm, Hale Strategies

Will focus on the need to improve America's infrastructure and will provide guidance on federal, state, and local infrastructure initiatives to corporations, non-profits, and government.

Technology| January 3, 2019

MBTA orders 200 electric-hybrid systems from BAE Systems

The company is delivering its Series-ER system with a higher capacity battery to help Massachusetts reduce emissions and noise pollution on its transit bus routes.

Rail| January 2, 2019

TEXRail celebrates inaugural ride

Officials are worried, however, the the federal government shutdown will keep train from a full launch this weekend.

Rail| January 2, 2019

Portland streetcar system lands FTA grant

The grant is part of the FTA’s Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented Development Planning, which funds land use and transportation planning along fixed-guideway transit investments.

Rail| January 2, 2019

WMATA to allow bicycles on trains during rush hour

Policy change expected to make Metrorail a more attractive travel option for reverse commuters who use bikes to travel between rail station and jobs.

Rail| January 2, 2019

Keolis opens first tram network in China

The open section is approximately 8.6 miles, with 20 stations and connects into Shanghai’s existing metro Line 9.

Rail| December 21, 2018

Siemens awarded $846M Amtrak contract for 75 locomotives

Delivery of the new locomotives will begin in summer 2021, with passenger service starting in fall 2021.

Mobility| December 21, 2018

Keolis deploys electric autonomous shuttles at French university

It is the first time in France that autonomous shuttles have operated on open public roads, and shared public space with pedestrians, bicycles, and motorized vehicles.

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