Articles Tagged With: long-beach-transit
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June 2012

Operators, mechanics test skills at APTA’s bus Roadeo

The International Bus Roadeo, held in conjunction with APTA’s Bus and Paratransit Conference in Long Beach, Calif., gave operators and mechanics the chance to compete against the best.

May 2012

Long Beach Transit Takes Innovative Path

Adding CNG vehicles to its diverse fleet, building a fueling facility and refurbishing its maintenance garage are some of the projects the system has on its plate.

September 2010

Women In Transportation: Judy Dennis

Title: Regional Sales Manager Organization: ISE Corp. City: Denver

February 2010

Improving Fare Collection System Security

Transit agencies report that reviewing fare collection controls and system security is a continual process. Experts recommend appointing a revenue auditor to perform daily checks and reports, performing regular preventive maintenance on fareboxes and putting policies and procedures in writing.


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