Topic : pedestrian safety

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CityBus to use grant funding for pedestrian-detection systems

Bus| April 5, 2018

The agency will install the safety technology on its fleet of nearly seventy fixed-route vehicles.

Cleveland RTA, Battelle team to test transit, pedestrian safety tech

Security and Safety | February 27, 2018

By reducing bus collisions with pedestrians and other vehicles, the technology can prevent accidents and fatalities, reduce transit operator costs, and decrease travel interruptions.

Government Issues| January 8, 2018

New Flyer, FTA partner for L.A. Metro research project

The project team is responsible for evaluation of cost-effectiveness and practicality of selected collision-mitigation solutions.

December 27, 2017

Add 'Cheese' to Ensure Safe Bus Operations

I suspect you may be wondering what cheese has to do with safety? The connection is not so obvious. At least it wasn’t for me, until Steven Dallman of the Transportation Safety Institute introduced me to the work of Dr. James Reason and his Swiss Cheese Model of system failure.

Security and Safety | December 18, 2017

King County Metro launches 'Walk safe' pedestrian awareness campaign

Pedestrian impairment and driver distraction are the largest contributing factors in pedestrian collisions, according to the state Traffic Safety Commission’s Pedestrian Safety Advisory Council reports.

Bus| October 25, 2017

NYC to add 180 new articulated buses to fleet

Will award two contracts totaling $150 million to New Flyer and Nova Bus for the wheelchair-accessible, low-floor, 60-foot articulated buses that will feature visibility improvements for bus operators.

Government Issues| September 20, 2017

101 ways to improve transportation in your city

Curbed looked to cities around the world for inspiration and sought feedback from urban thinkers.

Security and Safety | August 17, 2017

Transport for London testing tech to improve bus safety

A new “Vision Zero” approach aims for no one to be killed in or by a London bus by 2030, and for deaths and serious injuries from road collisions to be eliminated from London's streets by 2041.

Security and Safety | May 18, 2017

NJ Transit unveils plan to install 360-degree cameras on buses

The $29.1 million system will be installed in 2,500 new and existing buses to provide operators with a 360-degree field of vision around the bus that will help to eliminate blind spots and enhance pedestrian safety.

Security and Safety | January 24, 2017

Pierce Transit secures grant to expand Rosco/Mobileye tech usage

Data collected by Pierce Transit on the efficacy of the new equipment will be used to determine whether the technology should be used nationwide, by transit agencies and school districts.

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