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Category: Transit News

New Research Designed to Quantify Trucking Impacts from COVID-19

New Research Designed to Quantify Trucking Impacts from COVID-19

| March 26, 2020

Industry Survey Seeks Operating Impacts from Drivers, Fleets The American Transportation Research Institute (ATRI) and the Owner-Operator Independent Driver Association Foundation (OOIDA Foundation) are conducting a joint research study to understand the numerous impacts that the Coronavirus pandemic is having on trucking operations.  The research focuses heavily on a survey that solicits critical input from […]

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LILEE Systems Selected to Drive the First Revenue-Generating Autonomous Bus

LILEE Systems Selected to Drive the First Revenue-Generating Autonomous Bus

| March 24, 2020

Autonomous rapid transit (ART) systems to solve public transportation challenges, such as increasing travel demands and driver shortage LILEE Systems, the leading provider of self-driving technologies and system integrations, announces its partnership with the Tainan City Government to launch the city’s first revenue-generating self-driving bus program. LILEE’s self-driving bus will begin to serve two business […]

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The Motorcoach, Group Travel and Tourism Industry Needs Help

The Motorcoach, Group Travel and Tourism Industry Needs Help

| March 16, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating impact on the travel and transportation industries The COVID-19 pandemic is having a devastating impact on the travel and transportation industries. Congress needs to provide dedicated funding and loans for motorcoach, tour and travel industry businesses and their employees, to help these industries and ensure the viability of […]

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PUBLIC COMMENTS SHOW “OVERWHELMING SUPPORT” TO CUT POLLUTION AND MODERNIZE TRANSPORTATION IN NORTHEAST AND MID-ATLANTIC STATES

PUBLIC COMMENTS SHOW “OVERWHELMING SUPPORT” TO CUT POLLUTION AND MODERNIZE TRANSPORTATION IN NORTHEAST AND MID-ATLANTIC STATES

| March 2, 2020

More Than 9 Out of 10 Back Transportation & Climate Initiative A strong 91 percent of public comments from 12 states and the District of Columbia support the Transportation & Climate Initiative’s policy, according to a review by the Our Transportation Future (OTF) coalition of the 8,308 public comments filed in the public portal since […]

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Colorado District Sees $400,000 in Cost Savings

Colorado District Sees $400,000 in Cost Savings

| February 11, 2020

Enterprise Fleet Management helps the city realize a reduction in maintenance costs of up to 70% Enterprise Fleet Management partners with hundreds of state and local government agencies to improve fleet performance while reducing costs. In the company’s latest agreement, Enterprise is partnering with Pueblo West Metro District to upgrade its fleet with vehicles that […]

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OCTA Debuts Nation’s Largest Hydrogen Fueling Station and 10 Zero-Emission Fuel Cell Electric Buses

OCTA Debuts Nation’s Largest Hydrogen Fueling Station and 10 Zero-Emission Fuel Cell Electric Buses

| February 4, 2020

The $22.9 million project, with support from California Climate Investments, highlights OCTA’s commitment to clean and reliable technology The Orange County Transportation Authority joined with local, state and federal officials to mark the debut of the largest transit-operated hydrogen fueling station in the nation and 10 new hydrogen fuel cell electric buses. The event, held […]

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