Weekly Transit Update 4/8/2016

April 9, 2016
Your weekly update features BART's Fleet of the Future, rabbittransit's driver recruitment campaign, Valley Metro Bus Rodeo, Sound Transit's Northgate Link Extension and a behind the scenes look at UTA.

The inaugural train car from BART's Fleet of the Future has completed it's journey from Plattsburgh, NY, to BART's testing facility in Hayward.

In an attempt to bolster its driver recruitment efforts, rabbittransit released a new video campaign through social media including Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube.

As the Bus Rodeo is underway, Valley Metro bus operator Roy Murray gives his perspective on operating daily bus service during an interview with 12 News.

Sound Transit’s tunneling contractor JCM Northlink will spend the next few weeks removing the 600-ton, 333-foot long machine from the retrieval shaft at the University of Washington Station.

UTA' assistant manager of Rail Planning, performance and project delivery Bryan Romrell talks about how his team works closely with other UTA departments to seamlessly transport thousands of riders.