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TCAT Mourns the Loss of TCAT General Manager Joe Turcotte

TCAT General Manager Joseph J. Turcotte died Mon., May 2, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. He was 51.

VIA Recognized as Most Outstanding Metro System in the State by Texas Transit Association

VIA Metropolitan Transit has been selected as the 2016 Outstanding Metropolitan Transit System by the Texas Transit Association.

TX: Officials Award More Than $1M in Rural Transit Funding

May 03--The Texas Transportation Commission awarded $1,044,751 to West Texas Opportunities Inc. as part of a $19.4 million funding to rural transportation providers across the state. According to a news release from the Texas Department of

RTC Invites Community to Help Deliver 2,000 Books to Students

The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) and community partners invite the public to participate in the annual Ride for Reading Bike Ride and deliver 2,000 books to Clark County School District students at 8 a.m. on Friday, May 13.

Visix Wins Communicator and Hermes Awards for Interactive Digital Signage Designs

Visix, Inc. has been honored with four Communicator Awards and three Hermes Creative Awards for their interactive multimedia designs for digital signage.

Metra Launching New Small Business Enterprise Program

Metra next month will launch a new initiative to help small businesses have a fair opportunity to do business with the agency and work on Metra projects.

KCAI Students To Travel RideKC Transit With U-Pass

Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) and the Kansas City Art Institute (KCAI) are forming a partnership to provide an all-access transit pass to university students.

President Obama and Chancellor Merkel at Visit Harting

President Obama and Chancellor Merkel were the VIP guests to the HARTING booth this year at Hannover Messe.

TTC buses with Presto begin service

Nineteen TTC buses with Presto card readers went into service on May 2, marking the start of Presto on buses in Toronto.

IL: Connect Transit Announces New Route; Vote on Tuesday

May 03--NORMAL -- Connect Transit announced one more change Monday to a new route map set for a board of trustees vote on Tuesday. The Bloomington-Normal mass transit system will operate a Gold route between west Bloomington and Advocate B

OH: Columbus Approves $1B Capital Budget; Bans N.C. Travel

May 03--Columbus City Council has approved the city's largest-ever capital budget to make infrastructure repairs, a $1 billion plan that addresses the aging water and sewer system and crumbling roads. Council members unanimously approved M

CA: Santa Rosa Proposes Shuttle Bus Between Parking Garage, SMART Train Station

May 03--When passenger rail service arrives in downtown Santa Rosa in December, riders shouldn't plan to drive directly to the Railroad Square station. That's because parking around the downtown station is already limited, and, despite the

FL: The Pros and Cons of Legalizing Uber in Miami-Dade County

May 03--Uber faces a showdown in Miami-Dade County on Tuesday, when commissioners are scheduled for a final vote to legalize the company's popular ride-hailing service. It's been a fight roughly two years in the making. In the summer of 20

CA: More Than One-Third of Bay Area Residents Ready to Leave

May 02--More than one-third of Bay Area residents say they are ready to leave in the next few years, citing high housing costs and traffic as the region's biggest problems, according to a poll released Monday. Of the 1,000 people polled by

HI: Man Charged With Allegedly Assaulting City Bus Driver

May 02--A 20-year-old homeless man was charged Sunday with allegedly assaulting a city bus driver who told him that smoking was not allowed on the bus. Edward Sony was arrested at 7:30 p.m. on South Hotel Street. His bail was set at $11,00

TN: Trolley Routes Rolled Out, With Detours

May 02--After months of input, planning and preparation, the new downtown Knoxville trolley routes are going to begin today -- with a detour. According to Knoxville Area Transit spokeswoman Belinda Woodiel-Brill, the closed intersection of

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