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TX: McAllen to Transform Bus Stop to Playground

The city's transit department will transform the bus stop on Nolana Avenue next to the public library, into a small playground thanks to a $1 million grant.

Washington Metro Celebrates Launch of New Metrobus Service

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro) General Manager Paul J. Wiedefeld joined state and local officials from Maryland and Virginia along with the Peterson Companies to celebrate the launch of the NH2 Metrobus service.

Smart Cities Council Awards Innovative Start-Ups for Commitment to Connectivity and Climate During Smart Cities Week

Smart Cities Council honored three start-up companies for their commitment to providing municipalities with effective solutions to manage urban growth during Smart Cities Week in Washington, D.C. last month.

DART Rail Blue Line Extension Reenergizes Dallas's South Oak Cliff Community

New opportunities and new destinations arrive Oct. 24 when Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Rail's Blue Line adds three miles and opens new stations at Camp Wisdom and UNT Dallas.

BART Participated in the 2016 Great California ShakeOut

Just days following the anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake, Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) joined millions of other Californians in the largest earthquake drill in history.

Main Construction Work Starting on Auckland Transport's Manukau Bus Station

Main construction work on the Manukau Bus Station will start next week following Auckland Transport awarding the contract to NZ Strong.

IA: CitiBus Transferring Customer Service to MetroLINK

The city of Davenport has drawn up an Intergovernmental Agreement with the Rock Island County Metropolitan Mass Transit District to provide transit-related services, including customer service and automated vehicle location (AVL) system consulting.

BC: West Vancouver Blue Bus Strike Could Cut Service to BC Ferries' Horseshoe Bay Terminal

A bus strike in West Vancouver could cut public transit service to BC Ferries' Horseshoe Bay Terminal by Friday, officials are warning.

CTDOT and Office of Policy and Management End Bid for Transit-Oriented Development

Connecticut Department of Transportation Commissioner James Redeker and Office of Policy and Management (OPM) Secretary Ben Barnes recently announced the state is discontinuing negotiations with Stamford Manhattan Development Ventures (SMDV).

TTC Track Work on Line 1 This Weekend Between Finch and Lawrence Stations

Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) announced that the weekend o Oct. 22-23, TTC crews will undertake track work on Line 1 Yonge-University between Finch and Lawrence stations, requiring this portion of the subway to close. Shuttle buses will run frequently.

Times Surprises No One, Misinforms Its Readers

In a move that will surprise no one who has been paying attention, The Seattle Times endorsed a NO vote on ST3 ($), apparently less interested in quality transit than the Tacoma News-Tribune, among others. It is fundamentally insincere and dishonest about why they oppose the package. As usual, they apply arbitrary and vague objections they wouldn’t apply […]

Eastcom and Sepura Renew Partnership For Chinese Market

Sepura and Eastcom recently celebrated five years of collaboration by renewing their distribution and joint development agreement for Sepura products in the Chinese market.

UT: State Lawmakers Considering Changing How UTA Board is Selected

Amid renewed vows by the Utah Transit Authority for more transparency, legislators warned Wednesday of pending bills to change how the UTA board is chosen.

CA: Regional Transit Creates Bus Mechanics Internship Program

Sacramento Regional Transit has identified a way to find entry-level mechanics to replace the dozen or so mechanics who retire or leave the agency every year.

Ballot Drop Boxes Open Today

Ballots for the November 8 general election have been mailed out. Numerous drop boxes open today, as do a limited number of accessible voting centers. Be sure to sign your ballot envelope and include contact info in case the county questions your signature. If you mail your ballot, put postage on the return envelope worth […]

The Five Stages of Flying an Ultra Low Cost Carrier (Epic Comic Style)

Who doesn’t like low prices? I know I do. But I also know with low prices, there is probably a “catch,” or I might not get the same experience as if I paid more elsewhere. This concept seems to be pretty simple to understand (the whole...Show More Summary

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