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Smart Cities Council Enhances Readiness Challenge Grants

The Smart Cities Council has announced it will award additional benefits through its 2018 Readiness Challenge Grants to five North American communities looking to accelerate their smart city initiatives. The application deadline is December 15, 2017, and the program is available for all communities in the U.S., Canada and Mexico – including cities, counties, states, provinces and regional authorities.
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140 New Buses Coming to Baltimore

The Maryland Transit Administration has finalized plans for the purchase of 140 new buses to be used in Baltimore’s public transit system. The deal for the new clean-diesel buses was struck for $81.3 million dollars with Minnesota-based bus company New Flyer of America.
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TAM Recognizes Transit Excellence Award Winners

Last week, the Transportation Association of Maryland (TAM), a statewide organization dedicated to improving the mobility of all of Maryland's citizens, hosted its Annual Conference and Expo, an educational conference for the State's transportation providers, vendors, and non-profits. While the event attracted over 200 attendees over several days in Ocean City, the Transportation Excellence Awards Ceremony served as a highlight, honoring dedication and innovation within the transportatio...
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Maryland Transit Administration preps for BaltimoreLink launch

The Maryland Transit Administration is putting the final touches on the overhaul of Baltimore's bus system set to go into effect in June, including an initiative providing two weeks of free fare. The BaltimoreLink system features 12 color-coded, high-frequency CityLink routes that allow riders to get from any stop to another by only making one transfer, which differentiates from the current system that often requires at least a couple of changes to get to a desired destination.
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U.S. DOT Announces $55M Funding Opportunity for Clean-Energy Transit Bus Projects

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has announced the opportunity to apply for up to $55 million in competitive grant funds through FTA’s Low or No Emission (Low-No) Bus Program. The Low-No program supports projects sponsored by local transit agencies to bring advanced, American-made bus technologies such as battery electric power and hydrogen fuel cells into service nationwide
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2017 Roadeo Schedule

The 22nd Annual TAM Roadeo, a driving competition for the State's transportation providers. The competition measures drivers' skills in maneuvering vehicles among challenging driving obstacles.
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