VIA Metropolitan Transit in San Antonio has awarded a $10.9 million contract to Trillium CNG to build a 10-lane compressed natural gas fueling station at the public transit agency's bus barn off West Cypress Street and San Pedro Avenue. The contract represents a critical piece of infrastructure for VIA as it makes the switch to CNG buses. Read more...
'Voice of the MTBA' is retiring The next MBTA train to retirement is now arriving.
Frank Oglesby, Jr., the T employee whose crisp baritone commuters will recognize from the automated clips that herald the comings and goings of Boston’s public transit system, is moving on.
Boston Magazine, July 26
3 reasons why high-speed rail hasn't caught on in the U.S. Regulatory hurdles, eminent domain/land acquisition obstacles and lack of demand are the main reasons why the United States is one of the few industrialized nations lacking high-speed rail, according to Kim Slowey, construction industry writer for Construction Drive.
Planetizen, July 25