NJ TRANSIT's new budget will allow the agency to purchase new vehicles, upgrade infrastructure and hire the required personnel to enhance the customer experience.
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The new funding will allow NJ TRANSIT to adapt the bus network to meet communities' changing mobility needs, as well as improve service accessibility to jobs, education and other opportunities.
The two new technology-focused initiatives will improve accessibility on NJ TRANSIT for neurodiverse customers and those with mobility constraints, by helping customers to navigate everyday travel experiences.
Representing the first ever battery-electric automated bus procurement, the Automated Bus Consortium has announced the release of a Request for Proposals to procure 70 full-size Level 4 automated buses.
Five New York transit agencies have launched the fourth round of the Transit Tech Lab, with two challenges set to seek solutions that aid the transport network in post-pandemic recovery and emission reduction efforts.
During the eight-week programme, each start-up will collaborate closely with participating agencies and work to demonstrate that their product has the potential to solve one of the identified transport challenges.