Top 10 Most Viewed Stories in 2009

Posted on January 11, 2010 by Alex Roman

Whether it was finding new ways to protect drivers, the re-emergence of streetcars or the renewed interest in mass transportation at the federal level, 2009 was quite a year.

Aside from the fact that the industries METRO Magazine covers help reduce our carbon footprint, it was no doubt a year focused on fighting the impact of the recession, by finding new marketing strategies and better ways to do business.

Here are the 10 most viewed stories on Metro-Magazine.com:

  1. Is Enough Being Done to Stop the Assault on Bus Operators?
  2. Updating Fare Collection Systems Help Transit Operations Increase Efficiencies, Revenue
  3. Recession Creates High Anxiety for Transit Workforce
  4. Seating Options for Today's Passenger Transportation Systems
  5. Women In Transportation
  6. Federal Transit Funding Key to Rebuilding Economy
  7. Streetcar Systems Ready for Resurgence and Hungry for Money
  8. TOD Poised to Push Past the Recession
  9. What Europe Can Teach America about HSR Development
  10. Transit Travels to Cyberspace to Reach Riders
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