Passenger Infrastructure

 

Our Passenger Infrastructure section covers suppliers who manufacture solutions for the bus sector that are not on board buses but that are for passenger use such as bus shelters and seats. 

Equipment that is also found on board buses, such as passenger information displays and ticket vending machines, can be found in their own specific sections. 

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US Government Pledges $110 Million for Transport in Madison

US Government Pledges $110 Million for Transport in Madison

The FTA has announced it has awarded a 110.6 million USD construction grant to the city of Madison, Wisconsin.

$248 Million to Enhance Transit in British Columbia

$248 Million to Enhance Transit in British Columbia

The Government of Canada, the Province of British Columbia and BC Transit are investing $248.5mn in buses and public transit infrastructure. 

UK: Work to Commence on New Dudley Interchange

UK: Work to Commence on New Dudley Interchange

Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has announced that work is set to begin on the new Dudley Interchange from the beginning of 2024. 

UK: TfL to Redevelop Kingston Cromwell Road Bus Station

UK: TfL to Redevelop Kingston Cromwell Road Bus Station

Transport for London will begin construction on its Kingston Cromwell Road bus station to modernise the facility and improve accessibility. 

US: Bronx Local Bus Network Redesign Delivers Positive Results

US: Bronx Local Bus Network Redesign Delivers Positive Results

New York's MTA has revealed positive results from six months of data evaluating the Bronx Local Bus Network Redesign.

New Zealand’s Transport Choices Package to Fund Improved Bus Infrastructure

New Zealand’s Transport Choices Package to Fund Improved Bu...

New Zealand's Transport Minister has announced that forty-six councils will receive funding from the Transport Choices package 2022-24.

Metro D Line Bus Rapid Transit Service Opens in Minnesota

Metro D Line Bus Rapid Transit Service Opens in Minnesota

Metro Transit has celebrated the completion of its fifth bus rapid transit (BRT) service, with the opening of the D line in Minnesota.

Los Angeles to Upgrade 3,000 Bus Shelters to High-Tech ‘Mobility Hubs’

Los Angeles to Upgrade 3,000 Bus Shelters to High-Tech ‘Mob...

Ahead of the 2026 World Cup and the 2028 Summer Olympics, Los Angeles is upgrading 3,000 bus shelters to high-tech mobility hubs.

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