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Free Public Transit Cheaper Than Unmitigated Climate Change

Care2 Causes: "But the German government is pragmatic. If three ministers are backing this, you can safely assume that free transit is possibly one of the cheapest solutions to the complex but well-understood problem of vehicle emissions. Show More Summary

NACTO and the Open Transport Partnership Launch Transportation Data Standard and Platform

NACTO and the Open Transport Partnership have announced the launch of SharedStreets, a first-of-its-kind transportation data standard and platform for public-private partnerships.

IL: Joliet Plans Concierge Security at Gateway Transit Center

The city plans to offer concierge-style security at its new train station.

ON: Ex-TTC Security Officers Sentenced for Giving Phony Tickets to Homeless People

Three former transit security officers in Toronto were sentenced to jail on Wednesday after being convicted of writing unwarranted tickets to homeless people as a way of covering up that they were slacking off on the job.

BC: Transit Police are Asking the Public for Help after Trolley Wire Thefts

Metro Vancouver Transit Police are hoping the public will be able to help them solve a mystery involving stolen Coast Mountain Bus Company trolley wires.

GA: Hybrid Buses Now Roaming Athens Streets

Athens Transit recently put 10 of its 12 new buses into service.

jetBlue’s New Mint Premium Service Arrives in Seattle

In the premium transcontinental game Seattle doesn’t get much attention, but things are about to change with the introduction of jetBlue’s Mint product.  While the premium experience might not be the first of its type in the US market,...Show More Summary

Sound Transit Prepares to Move Forward with Bus Rapid Transit Projects

The Sound Transit Board approved consultant contracts for the I-405 and SR 522 bus rapid transit projects that will start the first phase of project development.

ECCO Safety Group Announces Redesigned Corporate Website New

ECCO Safety Group debuted a new website to showcase its commercial vehicle safety solutions and emergency safety systems.

District of Columbia Meets Important Rail Transit Safety Program Deadline

The FTA has announced that the District of Columbia has obtained federal certification for its rail transit State Safety Oversight (SSO) Program.

MA: City Planner Urges Transit Equity Through Community Engagement

Northeastern University Archives led a discussion on transportation equity in Boston and screened a documentary about the formation of the Silver Line, the MBTAs transit line.

Bi-State Development Introduces Two New Additions to Its Management Teams

After interviewing candidates from around the nation for both positions, Trenise Winters was named general manager of MetroBus operations and Gregory A. Smith was selected as vice president of procurement and materials management for Bi-State Development.

CA: L.A.'s 20th Century Dream of Building Freeways Refuses, Even Now, to Die

When the 101 near Santa Barbara was overtaken by a mudslide in January, the freeway seemed to stand in for all of the ways in which Southern California's relationship with the natural world is out of whack, any sign of Brodsly's coherence buried under ton

Regional Transportation Authority Seeks New Leader as Kaplan Announces Retirement

Lori Kaplan, executive director of the Central Indiana Regional Transportation Authority (CIRTA), has announced her retirement.

VIA Unveils VIA Smart Recognition Platform at Embedded World 2018

VIA Technologies Inc. has announced that it will debut the VIA Smart Recognition Platform for high-performance computer vision systems and kiosks at Embedded World 2018.

Sound Transit System-Wide Ridership Rose 10 Percent in 2017

More than 47 million people rode Sound Transit trains and buses last year, with light rail ridership up 22 percent as Link becomes a top choice for getting around

Calgary Transit Expands Accessible Mobility with Order from ARBOC

ARBOC Specialty Vehicles LLC has announced that Calgary Transit has confirmed a contract for 137 fully accessible, low-floor, cutaway Spirit of Freedom buses.

IA: DART Shuttle Service at Deer Ridge Apartment Complex Begins Feb. 27

DART often hears about the transit need for residents of the Deer Ridge Apartment complex, and other nearby housing and businesses.

NY: Queens Subway Meltdown Spanning 5 Hours to be Investigated, Andy Byford Says

New York City Transit president Andy Byford promised a full investigation into the cause of a cascade of delays that constituted a full subway meltdown on Tuesday morning, wreaking havoc on commutes across at least five subway lines...

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