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E-scooters show alarming spike in injuries, study says

Mobility| January 9, 2020

The number of scooter-related injuries and hospital admissions in the U.S. grew by 222 percent between 2014 and 2018.

Calif. operation deploys 30 GreenPower EV star buses

Zero Emissions| January 8, 2020

The vehicles were equipped with both executive seating and ADA configurations, providing versatility for Green Commuter’s operations. 

Rail| January 8, 2020

Alstom lands contract to overhaul British train fleet

Work will focus on onboard facilities, with passengers benefitting from more comfortable seating, improvements to the shop, and more. 

Rail| January 8, 2020

Amtrak, NJ Transit begin update of Penn Station ticket waiting area

Customers can expect new furniture and fixtures, including communal tables and seats with electrical and USB outlets.

Mobility| January 8, 2020

Hyundai, Uber announce ridesharing partnership, unveil air taxi model

Hyundai will produce/deploy air vehicles, and Uber provides airspace support, links to ground transportation, and customer interfaces.

Zero Emissions| January 8, 2020

BYD, industry urge Calif. to accelerate zero-emission vehicle transition

Executives from Calif. companies building electric trucks, buses, and powertrains, as well as global manufacturers signed letter to Gov.

Mobility| January 8, 2020

Worcester Regional Transit lands grant for microtransit service

The project with Via will be the first public-private transit partnership in the Central Massachusetts region that will introduce on-demand transportation.

Motorcoach| January 7, 2020

Michigan Flyer upgrades to Turnit intermodal reservation system

The system will be available to passengers of the company's airport and intercity shuttle service.

Accessibility| January 7, 2020

InterMotive teams to pilot ADA talking bus system

The initiative expands the company's 20-year partnership with PRIDE, which is the largest employer of people with disabilities in California.

Technology| January 7, 2020

Toyota to build prototype city of the future, test connected AI tech

To move residents through the city, only fully-autonomous, zero-emission vehicles will be allowed on the main thoroughfares.

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