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March 26, 2015
Pierce Transit CEO search down to 2 candidates

Michael D. Griffus is the former chief executive of Keolis Transit America, a Los Angeles-based company that manages transit and rail operations across North America, while Susan Dreier is currently serving as chief operating officer at Ore.’s Salem-Keizer Transit.



Photo Tour of Dubai's Groundbreaking Catenary-Free Tram System

The Dubai tramway is the first tram in the world able to run in temperatures of up to 50 °C (122 °F) and to withstand harsh climate conditions. Equipped with APS ground-level power supply, the system is also the first in the world to be catenary-free all along the line, enabling perfect integration of the tramway into the cityscape.



Metra hires firm to pull financial management out of 'Stone Age'

Agency is still using paper to perform some basic financial functions, including purchase requisitions, purchase orders, incoming and outgoing invoices and pay stubs, officials said.


Albuquerque BRT project exploring full sponsorship

ABQ RIDE is looking to model its plan after the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority’s HealthLine, which is sponsored through a hospital partnership. Construction on the so-called ART system could begin in May 2016 with an in-service date of September 2017.


Video: NYC subway Track Geometry Car ride

Take a ride on a Track Geometry Car, part of the specialized fleet that inspects the rails of the NYC subway.


UMA operators hold 418 appointments during 'Capitol Hill Days'

In their meetings, UMA members shared information about their own businesses and rallied for backing of three critical needs: opposition of FMCSA's proposal to raise the Federal financial responsibility limits, support of Rep. Barletta's proposal  to remove CSA scores from public view until the data used to calculate the score can be improved, and support to preserve the current charter service rule.


Chicago Transit replacing airport escalator damaged in train wreck

The train wreck, which occurred in the early morning of March 24, 2014, when the operator allegedly fell asleep, injured more than 30 people and caused roughly $9 million in damage. The lead railcar had to be cut up to remove it from the escalator.


FRA announces right-of-way fatality, trespass prevention workshop

The conference agenda is currently being developed by a team of industry experts and will cover five key areas: community outreach and education; enforcement; design, technology and infrastructure; intentional acts/deaths; and pedestrian safety.


Monterey-Salinas Transit upgrades Hastus management software

The new modules will allow MST’s employees to access various functionalities over the Web, including bidding on work and vacation choices, and make it easier for the agency to establish run times, produce detailed itineraries with accurate distance calculations and automatically format schedules suitable for posting at each stop.


DART takes delivery of first streetcar for new service

The vehicle, which was a designed and built by Brookville Equipment Corp., will be the first streetcar in the U.S. that utilizes wireless traction power.


C-Tran paves the way for higher quality onboard transit video

Apollo Video Technology has worked with several agencies through their IP implementations, refining a solution that maximizes all of the benefits of IP technology, and learning a few lessons along the way. C-Train is one agency who recently put this technology to the test.

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