PHIA NEWS DIGEST

PHIA News Digest – Vol. 3, No. 6

February 5, 2018

Why fewer people take public transit (hint: it’s not just Uber)

In Los Angeles, the number of bus and rail trips taken last year was the lowest in more than a decade. Over just the last five years, transit ridership has declined 15 percent. What’s behind the huge drops?

Lehigh Valley transportation expert: ‘Math does not work’ in Trump’s infrastructure plan

Transportation officials in the Lehigh Valley and elsewhere worry that projects could be put in jeopardy by a vague, emerging plan from the Trump administration that seemingly upends the long-established way federal, state and local governments pay for transportation advances.

CPI dedicates training center to Glenn O. Hawbaker

Approximately four years after it was built, Central Pennsylvania Institute for Science and Technology’s Transportation Training Center has been renamed after one of CPI’s biggest advocates. On Tuesday afternoon, CPI held a dedication ceremony to recognize this new change and unveil the building’s new namesake: the Glenn O. Hawbaker Transportation Training Center.

Report shows Pa. has second-most structurally deficient bridges

According to the American Road and Transportation Builders Association, the state is still second in the nation when it comes to the number of structurally deficient bridges.

PhilaPort making solid case to attract still more cargo up Delaware River

Rebranded in 2017 as PhilaPort, the Port of Philadelphia, coming off its best year ever in terms of containerized cargo activity, is indeed ideally poised to bring more love on the part of shippers and carriers to the City of Brotherly Love.

 

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