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LA Metro looks to increase hiring of women for construction jobs

Management & Operations| December 5, 2017

A motion calls for agency to create and publish a score card system that reflects percentages of women hired by Metro contractors and develop an incentive program.

FMCSA announces 2 measures to simplify CDL process

Motorcoach| June 12, 2017

The public comment period for both proposals will remain open for 60 days following their formal publication in the Federal Register.

Motorcoach| February 6, 2017

Innovative Operator of the Year 2017: Lamers Bus Lines

While Lamers prides itself on implementing new technology and programs to make travel better for its customers, that ideal is carried over by the work it puts into training drivers.

Motorcoach| August 15, 2016

How is the Motorcoach Industry Tackling the Driver Shortage?

The crisis has pushed operators to use new workforce development tactics, including adding full-time human resources departments, increasing marketing and advertising, and enhancing their benefits package to be more attractive to job hunters.

Management & Operations| June 30, 2016

Wash.'s Kitsap Transit experiencing driver shortage

The lack of operators means that when drivers go on vacation or are out sick some bus routes are impacted, causing the agency to shut some buses down and other routes have to pick up more people.

Management & Operations| December 14, 2015

Denver RTD enters contract negotiations with Interim GM Dave Genova

He has served as the interim GM/CEO for RTD since April. He has been with RTD for more than 21 years, serving as the assistant GM, safety, security and facilities, for the past eight years.

Management & Operations| May 28, 2015

Bombardier names new VP, operations strategy

Jim Vounassis will conduct a detailed review of the company's operations and implement strategies to increase value creation across the organization.

Management & Operations| March 13, 2015

Metrolink taps outgoing L.A. chief to lead agency

One of the nation's leading transit officials, Art Leahy served as CEO of L.A. Metro for six years. During that time, he guided implementation of one of the largest public works programs in U.S. history, securing billions in federal and state dollars to help finance construction of dozens of transit and highway projects.

Management & Operations| February 19, 2015

KCATA names new president/CEO

Joe Reardon, the former Mayor/CEO of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kan., is a long-time advocate for public transportation, credited for the introduction of Sunday bus service in Kansas City, still the only community in Kansas to provide any regular bus service on Sundays.

Bus| September 12, 2014

NATSCO names new VP, sales & business development

Specializing in a variety of after-market parts for transit buses, highway coaches, school buses and passenger rail, Natsco has brought together an exceptional hard working team of experienced personnel with well over 150 combined years of industry experience.
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