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First Bus Selects Future Platforms to Develop New Customer-First Mobile Offering

In a bid to improve the overall passenger experience, and in line with its ongoing commitment to digitization, First Bus has selected Future Platforms to develop and evolve the mobile experience for its customers.

NJ: Appeals Court Sides with NJ Transit on Arresting Preachers on Platform

A federal appeals court in Philadelphia has ruled against two New Jersey evangelical ministers who claimed their rights were violated when they were arrested for preaching without permits at a New Jersey Transit station in Princeton...

SB: Saskatoon City Planners Give Idea of 'Transit Village' Mixed-Use Developments a Spin

As Saskatoon's big-city vision for a bus rapid transit system, or BRT, takes shape, planners are also keeping the humble concept of small villages in mind.http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatoon/saskatoon-transit-villages-1.4491529

MCTS Driver Recognized by Milwaukee Common Council

The Milwaukee Common Council took some time out from their meeting on January 17, 2018 to recognize MCTS driver Tayetta Currin.

WA: Link Transit Asks for Sales Tax Increase on November Ballot

It will now be up to area voters on whether or not to approve a Link Transit 2 tenths of one percent sales tax increase to fund Sunday bus services, have more frequent routes and to provide longer hours of service.

Caltrain to Hold Community Meeting on Electrification Project in Atherton

Caltrain will host a community meeting on Thursday, January 18, to discuss how the Caltrain Electrification Project will affect Atherton.

Japanese Train Barks Like a Dog to Prevent Accidents

Researchers in Japan have fitted a train with a speaker that barks like a dog and snorts like a deer in order to prevent collisions on the railway.

Lege Considering Transit Lane Enforcement Cams

Last week, State Representative Joe Fitzgibbon introduced House Bill 2403, which would add transit-only lane enforcement cameras to the list of automated traffic safety cameras authorized for use in the state. The bill provides the process for enacting local ordinances for transit-only lane cameras, but sticks to existing language governing the use of such cameras. […]

How Much Would High Speed Rail Actually Cost?

Earlier this year, Seattle Transit Blog covered possible routes for high-speed rail (HSR) to Vancouver. Zach Shaner wrote the first two parts, and I wrote the last two. In December, Washington State DOT (WSDOT) released a study about the possibility of HSR in the Pacific Northwest. The study is bearish on HSR, with high cost […]

Transdev Names New Public Information Officer

Transdev, in service to the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority has announced Taslin Alfonzo, APR has been named as the new public information officer.

TX: DCTA Partners with Lyft to Offer $2 Discount in Highland Village, North Lewisville

The Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) announced a new partnership with Lyft in an effort to provide more transit options for those traveling within Highland Village and north Lewisville.

NB: Service Review Coming to Fredericton Transit Service

The City of Fredericton wants to know what transit users need, and so far there's one recurring theme: Sunday service.

GA: Former Transit Official Gets Prison for False Invoice Scheme

A former official with Atlanta's transit system has been sentenced to federal prison for a false invoicing scheme.

DC: Justice Dept Backs Archdiocese in Christmas Transit Ad Fight

The Justice Department on Tuesday threw its support behind the Archdiocese of Washington in a court fight to have its Christmas fundraising ads displayed on D.C. buses.

City of San Clemente, CA, May Withdraw from TCA in Attempt to Block Toll Road Extension Route

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Seoul offers free public transport to tackle excessive air pollution

The Independent : "Emergency measures have been introduced in the South Korean capital of Seoul to combat a thick layer of smog that is covering the city.Public transport is free during rush-hour as of Monday 15 January, in the hopes...Show More Summary

WA Transportation Commission to Receive VMT Pilot Project Progress Report, Consider Route 99 Tunnel Tolling Options

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