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PennDOT launches online resource for transportation innovations

Management & Operations| July 24, 2018

Includes info on how all levels of government can work with PennDOT to implement innovations in their municipalities.

4 Ways Transit Agencies Can Amp Up Asset Management

Technology| May 7, 2018

Benefits include the prospect of ensuring quality, safety, and efficiency of their service through more confidence in budget projections, more formalized data collection, and efficient reporting procedures.

Bus| March 12, 2018

BusCon 2018 Call for Papers Deadline 3/16

Topics can be related to delivering superior customer service, employee training & retention, solving operational challenges and ideas for cost-cutting, technology and data best practice, revenue generation, and business-building.

Security and Safety | September 29, 2017

How Transit Agencies Can Stay on Track with Cyber Security

Cyber security is not a goal but a well-planned, well-executed, and never-ending journey that must include operations professionals and information professionals working together for the good of the entire transit system.

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.

Management & Operations| May 22, 2017

Deadline extended for Innovative Solutions Award submissions

Applications can be submitted either by the operation or the solutions provider and will be judged by our BusCon Advisory Board, with winners and shortlisted submissions recognized at BusCon’s Award Breakfast on Wednesday, Sept. 13.

Management & Operations| March 28, 2017

[Video] The Battle Public Transit Must Win: Stopping Burnout

Public transit authorities have some of the highest turnover and absenteeism rates of any U.S. industry. This video explores some of the costs facing transit and discuss how to recognize burnout and disengagement. For more solutions, visit www.redkiteproject.com. Research that helped inform video: https://medium.com/@Zstone/literature...

March 15, 2017

The Challenge of Reporting Near-Miss Bus Operation Incidents

Nobody questions the value of reviewing vehicle “near-miss” incidents; however, there are plenty of skeptics out there harboring doubts that bus operators will actually report themselves committing unsafe acts. Often, when the subject of self-reporting is being discussed, it is greeted by swells of suppressed laughter by those familiar with human nature.

Sustainability| February 2, 2017

PERC launching e-newsletter for transportation professionals

Launching this month, The Autogas Refuel is a quarterly news digest providing the most current information to propane autogas public and private transportation fleets, delivered straight to their inbox.

January 11, 2017

The Hidden Factor in Bus Accidents when Human Error is the Cause

It happens every day. A pedestrian sees a bus barreling down the road but is convinced he can make his way to the other side without harm. Most of the time he’s right, and the only harm done is to the driver’s skyrocketing blood pressure.

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