Topic : Mineta Transportation Institute

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New report examines if 'See Something, Say Something' is working

Security and Safety | December 12, 2018

On-site police, security personnel, transportation employees, train and bus passengers, and ordinary citizens have prevented 10.6% of the 5,372 terrorist attacks on public transit.

Report studies rate of musculoskeletal pain in city bus drivers

Rail| November 27, 2018

Bus drivers experience higher levels of MSDs than both the general population and other employees at transit agencies.

Government Issues| October 12, 2018

Calif. could lose $100B in transportation revenue if bill repealed

As an example, in 2040, the mean projection is that the state will collect $8.6 billion with SB1 and $3.4 billion without, a $5.2 billion difference.

Security and Safety | July 26, 2018

New study examines extremist attacks on rail targets

Since 1970, there have been more than 1,000 attempts to derail trains and otherwise attack rail infrastructure.

Government Issues| July 23, 2018

74% of Americans want Congress to increase public transit investment, study finds

In addition, 80% said public transit is valuable to communities because it provides vital connections to fundamental resources.

Management & Operations| July 3, 2018

New report looks at how states regulate personal transportation devices

In their research, the Meta Transportation Institute details the wide range of regulatory approaches currently used and make recommendations for revising state regulations.

Security and Safety | September 26, 2017

Report focuses on impact of public transit in vehicle-based terrorist attacks

Since January 1970, there have been 37 vehicle attacks on public surface transportation. Just under half, a total of 18, involved suicide drivers ramming vehicles packed with explosives into their targets, according to a new report.

Management & Operations| June 28, 2016

Americans support higher gas taxes, spending revenue on public transit

The survey is year seven of an annual series that repeats the same questions each year. This year’s results show that support for raising transportation taxes has grown over the past six years.

Sustainability| October 22, 2015

Ridesharing systems could cut greenhouse gases, study says

The report, which is especially relevant for transportation and environmental planners, was developed bythe Mineta Transportation Institute.

Rail| May 27, 2015

Report examines how to manage pedestrian traffic in crowded subway systems

Suggestions include encouraging coordination and knowledge sharing among various specialists responsible for aspects of the passenger experience, including construction and emergency evacuations and routinely assessing assumptions used to estimate pedestrian volumes and pedestrian characteristics.

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