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APTA, industry leaders oppose Administration's deep cuts to public transit
As Tech Matures, Transit Agency Usage of Electric Buses Evolves

As Tech Matures, Transit Agency Usage of Electric Buses Evolves

With many early pioneers now moving to larger implementation, advances are making it more possible for the vehicles to be used in a variety of service applications, although how to install the infrastructure necessary for large-scale operations is a task that needs to mastered.

March 20, 2018

Publisher's Perspective: A good year for new service openings, but not funding certainty
Bill would ban use of fed funds for Chinese manufactured rolling stock
STV names new industrial engineer and project manager
Transit Infrastructure Must Be Made Resilient to the Effects of Climate Change
Amtrak, NJ Transit reach spending deal for infrastructure upgrades
NJ TRANSIT's FY20 budget to boost personnel, customer experience
CTE to lead national advanced tech transit vehicle advisory panel
Amtrak, NJ TRANSIT investing $31M in Northeast Corridor
[Video] Amtrak 'Ready to Build': Hudson Tunnel Project

[Video] Amtrak 'Ready to Build': Hudson Tunnel Project

Amtrak's Ready To Build campaign showcases five critical investments, including the Hudson Tunnel Project. Opened in 1910, the existing two-track North River Tunnel carries passengers between Manhattan and New Jersey.

October 18, 2017

Transit leaders react to proposed transit cuts in Administration's budget
NATCO releases city policy, design steps for autonomous vehicles
Former Metrolinx chief joins AECOM

Former Metrolinx chief joins AECOM

Bruce McCuaig will serve as a member of AECOM's Americas Transit market sector working from the company's Mississauga office.

April 4, 2018

Trump budget reportedly cuts $150M in WMATA funding

Trump budget reportedly cuts $150M in WMATA funding

Federal officials argue the decade-long program in the 2008 Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act expired with the fiscal year that began in July 2017, even though that interpretation leaves WMATA with $150 million less than pledged under the bill.

February 7, 2018

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