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Can Public Transportation Save the World from Climate Change?

Sustainability| September 26, 2017

How public transportation figures into cities’ and states’ climate change commitments, even after the U.S. announces its withdrawal from the Paris Climate Accord.

Top 100 Bus Fleets Survey: Exploring New Options, Technologies to be Part of Multimodal Solution

Bus| September 25, 2017

From testing autonomous vehicles to piloting on-demand transportation, transit agencies are looking for new ways to complement their bus services. In conjunction, many are also adding technologies such as mobile apps that can help plan a complete trip using a host of transportation options.

Management & Operations| September 19, 2017

Mobile Surveillance Systems Improve Customization, Integration Options

Realizing it can be expensive for fleet operations to upgrade their entire system at once, suppliers are providing a variety of options to help them reap the benefits of high-definition cameras and new DVR technology in a cost-effective manner.

Technology| September 13, 2017

8 Open Source Benefits Every Agency Should Know

Lower cost is one of the chief reasons agencies should consider open source, which unlike proprietary licensed software, is a base platform that any agency can use free of charge and adapt to meet its specific needs.

Motorcoach| September 12, 2017

5 Tips for Financing Your Next Motorcoach

Purchasing a new or used vehicle is a huge expense, so it’s important to understand why you need the new piece of equipment, how you will use it, and what financial information needs to be provided.

University| September 11, 2017

NAU’s Shuttle Connects Students to Campus, Public Transit

the university provides campus shuttle service to help students, faculty, and staff get around campus, while also looking to minimize the amount of driving and traffic that often occurs around a university campus.

Accessibility| September 11, 2017

10 Steps for Transit Agencies Starting Travel Training Programs

Although traditionally offered through public transportation agencies, schools, senior service agencies, non-profit organizations and mobility managers may also conduct professional travel training.  

Sustainability| September 1, 2017

5 Passive Design Strategies to Help Condition Transit Facilities

Establishing a function-first facility that then integrates passive design strategies can lead to more operationally and energy efficient transit facilities.

Rail| August 28, 2017

Electrification Enhances Bay Area Commuter Rail, Sets High-Speed Stage

The new system will be equipped with high-performance, multiple-unit electric trains that operate from overhead catenary.

Management & Operations| August 22, 2017

Best Practices for Long-Term Transit Project Communication

If well managed, the political, public and stakeholder engagement process — where all of the key people involved are vested in the vision and goals of the project — can form the groundwork for timely project delivery.

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