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Caltrain Launches Did You Know? Campaign About Rail Corridor

Did you know that more people ride Caltrain daily than live in Greenland? Did you know that Abraham Lincoln was President when the railroad began carrying riders 150 years ago?

City of Clearwater and PSTA Partner to Launch Free Spring Break Park & Ride

The city of Clearwater and the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority have partnered to launch a free Park & Ride promotion for locals and tourists planning to head to the beach this Spring Break.

RTA Introduces Parking Top-Up Using NFC Technology of nol Cards

The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority has launched a smart service enabling smartphone users to recharge their parking accounts by utilizing the NFC feature of nol cards in the RTA DUBAI app.

City of Bielefeld opts for 24 More Vamos LRVs with Electrical Systems from Kiepe Electric

Bielefeld utilities subsidiary moBiel has ordered 24 Vamos GTZ8-B high-floor light rail vehicles from the consortium of Kiepe Electric and vehicle manufacturer Heiterblick.

PA: Crawford/Venango Counties Get New Natural Gas Buses

The Crawford Area Transit Authority (CATA) rolled out new, compressed natural gas buses and unveiled a new maintenance garage.

NC: Bus Riders Concerned about Security after Attack at CATS Transit Center

A CATS Transit Center security officer is in the hospital after he was brutally attacked Friday night.

E Ink Has Teamed up with Papercast to Deliver the First Smart Bus Stop in Japan Using Electronic Paper

E Ink Holdings has partnered with Papercast Ltd to supply a solar powered e-paper passenger information display technology for a smart bus stop project.

MD: Baltimore Bike Share Head was Negotiating Job with Vendor While Overseeing Program for City

As Baltimore's Bike Share system grappled with persistent problems last fall, the employee supervising the program for the Department of Transportation was emailing the bicycle contractor about a different matter: his plan to join the company.

MD: Second Baltimore Metro Shutdown Planned for August, MTA Says

Amid an emergency monthlong shutdown of Baltimore's Metro system, Maryland Transit Administration officials said Friday that a second closure to repair worn tracks is expected in August.

IL: Rockford Riders Getting New Dowwntown Bus Center

Reconstruction is underway of a worn out downtown bus transfer center at 501 W. State St. that's visited by roughly 2,000 municipal bus riders a day.

NY: Dog on Subway Tracks Causes Delays on F Train in Brooklyn

A runaway dog unleashed an hour-long subway shutdown until her rescue beneath a Brooklyn train platform.

IL: Tilton Reinstates Bus Route

After hearing concerns about students and employees riding Danville Mass Transit's Tilton bus route to get to school functions and jobs, Tilton Village Board members voted Thursday night to reinstate the bus route they had voted to stop last month.

WA: C-Tran Gets Rolling on Design of Mill Plain Rapid Transit Line

A little more than a year after The Vine began rolling through Vancouver, C-Tran is taking steps to bring another bus rapid transit line to the city, this time on Mill Plain Boulevard.

MN: Streetcar Plan Moves Forward, Though Mayor Signals Caution

Even as millions of tax dollars are set aside for a streetcar line through the heart of Minneapolis, Mayor Jacob Frey on Friday painted a bleak picture of the project's prospects.

IA: CyRide to Increase Starting Wages, Hoping to Fill Driver Shortage

Base wages for CyRide drivers will increase by 5 percent this summer in a bid to end the transit system's ongoing driver shortfall.

IN: Fewer Riders but Not Fewer Tax Dollars: Can Transpo Find More Customers?

As it launches a search for its next leader, the public bus system has suffered steeper ridership declines than others across Indiana and the nation in recent years, according to a Tribune analysis of public records.

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