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William Metzger Joins Parsons Brinckerhoff

William Metzger has been named a supervising network engineer in the New York City office of Parsons Brinckerhoff.

Edmonton Looks at Car-Free Whyte Avenue Pilot

The city of Edmonton is seeking feedback on a proposed pilot program that would see part of Whyte Avenue shut down to vehicles on the busiest pedestrian nights of the year.

What’s Common Between Social Media Content Strategy and TV? Featuring: A Spanish Airline that Really Knows its Stuff

Social media platforms are starting to look a lot like TV channels. And, no, we are not talking about videos. TV channels make most of their money from advertising, yet most of their efforts are focused on content that cost them money. Show More Summary

Xtreme Fully Sealed Display

Display can handle the elements for year-round outdoor use.

Housing Is Expensive Because Everyone Wants it That Way

Alon Levy, Pedestrian Observations: The problem here is entirely political. Cities have the power to zone. Thus, supply depends entirely on whether local community leaders accept more housing. This housing, almost invariably, goes to...Show More Summary

Propane Industry Unveils New Brand, Tagline: Propane Clean American Energy

The Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) announces the launch of a new logo and brand identity for propane, Propane Clean American Energy.

New Nightstick Full Size Dual Light an Industry First

Exclusive full size dual light eliminates wrong light type issues for users.

Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority CEO Michael G. Ford accepts new position at Regional Transit Authority

Ford head mass transit efforts in Southeast Michigan; AAATA board meets Thursday to begin replacement search.

Regional Transit Authority of Southeast Michigan (RTA)

The Regional Transit Authority (RTA) of Southeast Michigan was formed with the purpose of coordinating services of the existing transit systems (DDOT, DTC, SMART, and AAATA) and conducting corridor planning studies to enhance public transportation options in the region.

Transpo Names New Operations Manager

The South Bend Public Transportation Corp. (Transpo) announced Mia Brunelli has joined in the organization in the newly created role of operations manager.

Cathay Pacific Concludes 747 Service to North America

Cathay cabin crew lined up to bid farewell to their North American 747 operations – Photo: Cathay Pacific Airways On August 13, 2014 Cathay Pacific Airways operated its last 747 flight of any sort to North America. This is an iconic moment, as Cathay Pacific has been flying the 747 to North America, starting [...]Show More Summary

ON: Toronto Mayoral Candidate Chow to Release Revised Transit Map

Earlier this year, Chow promised to invest $15 million a year annually to increase bus service and facilitate faster commute times.

It’s Time to Shift Lobbying Priorities

For at least five years, the primary objective of City and County transportation lobbying effort has been new revenue authority for Metro, generally understood to be some form of Motor Vehicle Excise Tax (MVET). County leaders held back on “Plan B,” a flat vehicle fee via a Transportation Benefit District (TBD), until the last possible […]

CA: GET, Union Bury Hatchet and Start Buses

Taking a conciliatory stance after nearly five weeks of strife, Bakersfield's public bus system and its employee union on Monday announced that as part of Golden Empire Transit District's resumption of service all rides will be free until Sept. 1 and bus passes will be issued to everyone unable to use them during the strike.

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