Topic : ADA

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NYC Transit hires first-ever accessibility chief

Accessibility| June 19, 2018

Tasked with overseeing and implementing initiative to expand accessibility to subway and bus customers, and improve paratransit service.

NYC Transit continues work to improve rail accessibility

Accessibility| June 6, 2018

The 86 St R project will add elevators and reconfigure station infrastructure — such as handrails, turnstiles and powered gates, Braille signage, and platform panels — for full accessibility.

Management & Operations| May 29, 2018

Q&A with Lane Transit District GM Aurora Jackson

Jackson speaks about the success of LTD’s BRT system and the changing face of the public transit industry as it increasingly looks to a “complete trips” mobility model.

Accessibility| April 26, 2018

Cost-Cutting Strategies for Your Paratransit Program

Transit agencies must provide a multimodal, door-to-door solution for all their riders. In doing this, they can reduce paratransit costs, improve ridership, and remove inefficient fixed routes.

Accessibility| April 20, 2018

La.'s CATS taps MV Transportation to provide paratransit services

As part of MV's rollout, the company will implement a driver hiring and training program and a rigorous safety program.

Accessibility| February 26, 2018

Calgary Transit adds 137 ARBOC Spirit of Freedom buses

The contract, which supports rejuvenation of community shuttles within Calgary Transit’s 100% accessible fleet, was secured by Crestline Coach Ltd., ARBOC’s dealer in seven provinces in Canada.

Management & Operations| September 28, 2017

Connect Transit appoints permanent GM

Isacc Thorne will focus on making sure there are ADA-compliant bus stops with shelters and examining fare structures.

Motorcoach| September 26, 2017

One Year Later: Irizar i6 Gains in U.S. Market

After launching its sleek, black motorcoach into the U.S., the bus builder is seeing strong results among operators and clients.

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.  

Accessibility| July 27, 2017

D.C. MetroAccess adding more than 200 new paratransit vans to fleet

The vans are manufactured by Ford with modifications performed by Transit Works in Akron, Ohio, at a total cost of $65,000 per vehicle.

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