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Activu has unveiled ActivShare, a new desktop collaboration product for the control room and beyond.

ON: MiWay Set to Service Two New Mississauga Transitway Stations

The city recently announced that on May 1, the final two Mississauga Transitway stations will open.

Trump Administration's Proposed Cuts to Transit Puts 800,000 Jobs at Risk and Reduces Economic Output by $90B

The Trump Administration's proposed cuts to public transportation in its America's Blueprint budget, if fully implemented, would put at risk 800,000 jobs, including 502,000 construction and related jobs; and an additional 300,000 longer term jobs.

ON: TTC Operator Taken Off the Job for Refusing to Remove Mask after Air Quality Report: Union

The union for TTC employees said a train operator was taken off the job after refusing management requests to remove his protective face mask, following the release of a report on air quality in the Toronto transit system.

RI: RIPTA Riders Rally to Bring Back Free Fare

Dozens of people who ride on Rhode Island Public Transit Authority buses gathered outside the State House Wednesday afternoon to protest a recent change in fares.

MA: Fairmount Line Ridership has Tripled Since 2012, Study Finds

The Fairmount Line, which runs through Mattapan and Dorchester, has almost tripled its ridership since 2012, a finding public transit advocates hope will lead to greater investment in the often overlooked route.

ON: Lincoln Transit Pilot Could Begin This Fall

As the focus surrounding transit in Niagara continues to be placed mostly on GO Trains, the town of Lincoln is moving ahead with its potential entry into municipal transit.

SK: Making Transit Accessible in Prince Albert

Changes undertaken by the City of Prince Albert to improve public transit accessibility are being well-received by users, the transit manager Keri Sapsford says.

WI: Carroll County Transit Takes Veterans to VA

Beginning this June, the Carroll County Transit will be providing transportation to the VA Hospital in Madison, Wis., for veterans who have appointments.

ON: Mayors Ask Feds to Ensure Provinces Offer More Cash for Transit Projects

The mayors of Canada's biggest cities are asking the federal government to prod their provincial counterparts to pony up more cash for transit projects.

NC: Durham Officials Approve Light Rail Transit Plans

The Durham County Board of Commissioners has opted to climb aboard the light rail bandwagon with a unanimous vote of approval for the proposed multibillion-dollar transit system.

TN: Mayor Taps Gallatin Pike for First Light Rail Project

In her second State of Metro address, Mayor Megan Barry on Wednesday identified the Gallatin Pike corridor as her first priority for light-rail service.

NY: MTA Hit with Lawsuits Over Discrimination Against Disabled Riders

Two class action lawsuits were filed against the MTA Tuesday accusing the transit system of discriminating against disabled riders.

American Planning Association Announces 2017 National Planning Award Recipients

The American Planning Association (APA) has honored comprehensive planning efforts and inspiring individuals with its 2017 National Planning Excellence and Achievement Awards.

Ballard CEO to Attend Oppenheimer Emerging Growth Conference in New York City

Ballard Power Systems has announced that Randy MacEwen, president & chief executive officer will attend the Oppenheimer Emerging Growth Conference at the InterContinental Barclay Hotel in New York City on Tuesday, May 16th.

OSPT Alliance Announces New Board

OSPT Alliance has announces its Board for 2017. Founding members Giesecke & Devrient, Infineon and Oberthur Technologies, will be joined by Arjo Systems and Rambus.

PA: LCTA Receives Two Statewide Awards

The Luzerne County Transportation Authority won two statewide awards Monday at the Pennsylvania Public Transportation Association spring conference in Lancaster.

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