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Peter Gertler Rejoins HNTB as Senior Vice President

Peter Gertler, AICP, rejoined HNTB Corporation as a senior vice president in a corporate and national strategic business development role.

IL: Peoria Students Use CityLink Bus to Re-enact Rosa Parks Moment

Words of the Black National Anthem rang through CityLink's downtown transit center twice Thursday as students from Christ Lutheran and Peoria High Schools joined the mass transit district in celebrating Black History Month.

Port Authority Board Authorizes Planning for New Bus Terminal, Interim Solutions for Existing Terminal

The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Board of Commissioners has authorized the agency to begin the first phase of a comprehensive planning process for the replacement of the midtown bus terminal

NY: Citywide Ferry Operators Name NYPD Veteran as Security Chief

Hornblower has named a head of security for its operations of Citywide Ferry service, set to launch this summer.

PA: Bayfront Parkway Tops Erie Transportation Priorities

Improvements to Erie's Bayfront Parkway and the construction of additional bike and pedestrian paths in Erie and Corry are ranked as priorities in Erie County's updated long-range transportation plan.

DC: Dems Introduce Train Audit bill after Deadly NJ Transit Crash

Two New Jersey Democrats unveiled legislation on Wednesday that would require greater transparency about train safety audits after a deadly train crash in their state last year.

US: Freight Railroad Asks Congress to Pay for Safety Technology in Passenger Trains

A top freight railroad made a somewhat unusual plea to Congress on Wednesday: pay for passenger railroads to install a life-saving train technology.

ON: Metrolinx to Consider Transit Fares Based on Distance Travelled

Metrolinx, long on the hunt for a way to create an integrated fare structure for all of the transit systems in the Greater Toronto area and Hamilton, has begun studying the idea of charging people based on how far they ride, whether on GO train, subway, b

CA: BART, Transit Agencies Want Voters to Approve Bridge Toll Increases

BART and other local transit agencies want to ask voters to approve another $1.5 billion bond to raise bridge tolls for seven Bay Area bridges, hiking the rate from $1 to $3 in a bid to add new equipment and shore up coffers.

FL: Transit Authority Leasing Four Tesla Vehicles for University Area Expansion

The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit authority is leasing four Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) vehicles through a third party leasing agency to expand its HyperLINK program in the University of South Florida area.

Stockholm Turns to BlipTrack Bluetooth and WiFi Sensors to Improve Road Network

The Swedish capital has adopted BlipTrack queue and flow measurement technology from Denmark-based BLIP Systems. Installed and organized by Dynniq, the solution provides the city with travel times and flow data to help alleviate congestion

The Government and Alstom Present the Progress of the Commitments Made for the Belfort Site

Christophe Sirugue, minister of state for industry, and Henri Poupart-Lafarge, chairman and CEO of Alstom, presented in Paris the progress of the commitments made by the Government and Alstom for the maintenance of rail and industrial activities

SEPTA Spring Transit Schedules Go Into Effect February 26, 27

New schedules for the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority's (SEPTA) city, suburban and Victory Transit divisions go into effect beginning Sunday, February 26 and Monday, February 27, 2017.

Dressage Engineering-Maintenance, Testing and Spare Parts for Rail Vehicles

Dressage Engineering repairs and maintains public transport vehicles, including rail cars and trams.The company uses state-of-the-art technology to test braking, electrical and air conditioner system...

New Washington Metro Customer Information Call Center Hours Take Effect March 1

The Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority's (Metro) Customer Information Call Center will have new hours of operation, effective March 1, as part of Authority-wide belt-tightening measures to reduce expenses.

CA: New Storms May Interrupt Train Service

The series of storms expected to drench California with 3 to 8 inches of cool rain by Monday are prompting new worries about flooding and paralyzed traffic.

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