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August 2013

Safety for Operators and Pedestrians

Operators can help make the streets safe for all by being more aware of pedestrians and proceeding with caution.

August 2009

NTSB urges D.C. Metro to install backup safety technologies

The NTSB recently wrapped its investigation of the crash site in August.

June 2009

Greyhound Leads the Way by Equipping Fleet with Seat Belts

The North American carrier recently added advanced seating technology, which combines three-point lap-and-shoulder belts with compartmentalization, further enhancing the safety of their Northeastern fleets.

June 2009

Transit Taps Resources to Enhance Emergency Response Role

The development and execution of a comprehensive transit emergency response plan can be optimized by training all levels of personnel, participating in practice exercises, and pursuing local and federal resources.

February 2009

Growing Business Amidst Economic Downturn Prevailing Theme at UMA Expo

New opportunities created by the Charter Bus Rules were also topics of discussion. Operators were urged to partner with local operators that have historically been looked at as the competition.

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