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  • Charlotte City Council’s 8-2 vote Monday to approve a $94.1 million construction contract for the second phase of the streetcar will allow work to begin in 2017, with the city expecting the project to be finished by summer of 2020. Read more...

Turning Points

  • SEPTA pledges to improve commuter rail service in 2017
    As 2016 winds down, SEPTA is making a pledge to improve rail service after months of troubles that caused delays, overcrowding, and rider frustration. “There’s no excuse,” Jeff Knueppel, SEPTA’s general manager, said in an interview this week. “We’re working to get out of this.” Philly.com, Dec. 1
  • Transportation sector especially vulnerable to ransomware attacks
    Workers in the transportation sector are among the most vulnerable to phishing emails, and the ransomware attack on San Francisco's light rail system over the Thanksgiving weekend showed the impact cybercriminals can have on municipal transportation systems. CNBC, Nov. 29
  • Could road tolls boost Toronto's transit ridership?
    Toronto Mayor John Tory's plan to introduce road tolls for the Gardiner Expressway and Don Valley Parkway could boost ridership on GO Transit and the TTC, some transportation experts say. CBC, Nov. 27

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  • Invitation for BidsGasoline/Hybrid Transit Bus Remanufactured Engines - City of Gardena's GTrans, Gardena, California
  • Request for ProposalsParatransit Vehicles - Greater New Haven Transit District, Hamden, Connecticut
  • Invitation for BidsIFB 176533HR Open Air Circulator Service - Sarasota County Government, Sarasota, Florida
  • Invitation for BidsSUV Vehicles - Transdev Services, Inc. d/b/a NICE Bus, Garden City, New York
  • Request for ProposalsAsset Management System - Northern Arizona Intergovernmental Public Transportation Authority, Flagstaff, Arizona