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TX: Uber Claims it Will Having Flying Cars in Texas and Dubai by 2020

Jeff Holden, Uber's chief product officer, announced that Uber will offer a flying-car taxi service in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and Dubai by 2020.

News Roundup: Above the Fold

Zach Shaner, front page, above-the-fold ($) A peek at Tacoma Link’s new stations. Erica asks Mayoral candidate Mike McGinn a lot of questions about density. Governor Inslee noncommittal on car tab changes, says some good things about limiting Carbon. The “Seattle Partners” Key Arena proposal is the less car-centric ($) of the two. Move Seattle […]

TransIT to Host Commuter Appreciation and Outreach Event on April 27th

On Thursday, April 27th, TransIT Services of Frederick County will be hosting a Frederick County Commuter Appreciation and outreach event in partnership with MARC Train, MTA Commuter Bus, and Enterprise Rideshare.

Mike Bowman Joins USSC Group Valor Seating

USSC Group has announced the appointment of Mike Bowman as sales manager for the organization.

Curtis Stitt to Retire, Capping Transformative Tenure as President and CEO

Having served 18 years at the Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA), including the past five as president and CEO, W. Curtis Stitt has announced at Board of Trustees meeting that he will retire Sept. 30.

Public Gets First Look at New California Locomotive

The public got its first look at one of the newest locomotives to hit the rails recently when the new Charger diesel electric locomotive was put on display at the California State Railroad Museum in historic Old Sacramento.

New Flyer Electrifies US DOT Earth Day Fair with New e-bus for WMATA

New Flyer Industries Inc. (New Flyer) signaled its expansion in electric mass transportation, showcasing the Xcelsior XE40 electric bus it has delivered to Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) at the US DOT Earth Day Fair.

PA: Harkins Proposing New Safety Bill Sparked by 2014 Workplace Death of EMTA Mechanic

State Rep. Pat Harkins, of Erie, will unveil proposed legislation Wednesday that he wrote in response to the death of an Erie Metropolitan Transit Authority mechanic who was fatally injured on the job in 2014.

CA: New Manager Takes Wheel at Golden Gate Transit

A Novato resident and transportation veteran has been tapped to run the Golden Gate Transit bus system, which has wrestled off and on with inconsistent service, driver absenteeism and dwindling ridership in recent years.

NC: Durham County Commissioners Approve Revised Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit Cost-Sharing Agreement

April 25--DURHAM Durham County approved a revised cost-sharing agreement for the Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit project on Monday that would shrink both Durham and Orange counties' share of the $3.3 billion project and push it one step c

NY: Electric Bus Use During L Train Shutdown Pushed by Officials

When the L train shutdown comes in 2019, elected officials and advocates want to make sure the MTA doesn't replace greener train service with diesel-guzzling buses.

KTA Says Creek Affected by Contractor’s Sewage Spill Is Again Safe

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An Update on the Environmental Challenge to CTRMA’s SH 45 SW Project

Community Impact Newspaper reports, “A local environmental group’s case against the transportation agency building the SH 45 SW toll road remains ongoing, and a ruling could be made this month, officials said. Despite receiving clearance...Show More Summary

CA: BART Keeps Riders in Dark About Teen Mob Robbery

Seeking to track down some of the 40 to 60 teen robbers who took over a train car in Oakland, BART police investigators have pored over video footage, interviewed witnesses, combed through social media chatter and shared surveillance images of the suspect

PA: Proposed SEPTA Hikes Draw Fire

An across-the-board fare increase proposed for SEPTA drew a wave of criticism during public hearings Monday.

NM: Rail Runner Zia Station Opens in Santa Fe

After nearly eight years, the Rail Runner began making stops at the Zia Station in Santa Fe Monday.

CA: Officials Press Trump to Help Electrify Caltrain

Rep. Jackie Speier, D-San Francisco/San Mateo, is calling for President Donald Trump to release funds from the Federal Transit Administration that will go toward the modernization and electrification of Caltrain.

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