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2018 Top 100 Transit Bus Fleets Survey

Bus| September 25, 2018

As ridership is decreasing nationwide, many agencies are concentrating on developing a multimodal approach to better tie in first, last-mile options with bus services serving as the backbone.

Women in Transportation: Julie D'Orazio

Management & Operations| September 25, 2018

A look at the career of WSP USA's national market leader for transit and rail.

Management & Operations| September 25, 2018

Q&A with Houston Metro chief Lambert

As president/CEO of the agency, Lambert sees himself as a "leader, a facilitator, a mentor, a guide, and a performance monitor."

Management & Operations| September 24, 2018

Women in Transportation: K. Jane Williams

A discussion with FTA Acting Administrator K. Jane Williams.

Management & Operations| September 24, 2018

Q&A with WeGo Public Transit CEO Bland

METRO asked Bland about his background, what it takes to run the transit system, who inspires him, and how he likes to spend his free time.

Management & Operations| September 20, 2018

Women in Transportation: Seleta Reynolds

A look at the career of LADOT's GM.

Management & Operations| September 19, 2018

Women in Transportation: Kimberly Williams

A look at the career of Houston Metro's chief innovation officer.

Motorcoach| September 18, 2018

Motorcoach Operators Creating Culture to Grow Biz, Attract Talent

While finding drivers continues to be a challenge, motorcoach operators are focused on establishing a work-friendly environment and programs to identify new employees. Meanwhile, both short- and long-term growth are being managed conservatively.    

Management & Operations| September 17, 2018

Transit Agencies' Mobility-Enhancing Partnerships with TNCs on the Rise

Transit officials are forming partnerships rather than standing back and watching technological advances buffet their ridership and financial goals.

Management & Operations| September 13, 2018

Nashville's Transit System Defies Defeat with New Brand, Revised Plan

After its $5.4 billion dollar mass transit referendum loss at the ballot box, the agency moves ahead with revised project plans, while also celebrating a rebrand.

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