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Commuter rail continues to make progress on PTC, according to APTA

Security and Safety | February 21, 2017

Since APTA's last quarterly report, the Federal Transit Administration has updated the SOGR for the public transit industry which has increased to $90 billion.

Metra customers select new subjects for 'Ride Nice' courtesy campaign

Rail| February 14, 2017

"Taking over the train with a rowdy group” was the behavior that most concerned survey respondents, followed by “hands-free sneezing and coughing."

Rail| February 14, 2017

Alstom, CoSMO to develop new rail system efficiency application

Will allow operators to consider the entirety of their rail operations, which has never been done before, as every part of a system is usually assessed separately.

Management & Operations| February 13, 2017

[Video] BART's Mammoth Machines: Escalators

Bay Area Rapid Transit’s (BART) escalators are giant, complicated machines. Uneven wear from the tens of thousands of people who ride them every day sometimes breaks and cause outages — but BART has a team of experts on hand to keep these “meat grinders” in working order. If you like ‘How's It’s Made,’ you’ll love this video. Published on Feb 8, 2017

Bus| February 9, 2017

Stertil-Koni adds new capabilities to transmission jack

The battery-operated jack can be charged overnight and used without cables. The pneumatic jack has an attached air hose to keep it working. Previously, transmission jacks were manually hand-pumped, much like a car jack.

February 8, 2017

Training Bus Skill Development...Lengthy, Costly, and Risky

A well thought out flow of what curriculum should be introduced, as well as its level of difficulty for each day, will easily begin to determine those students that are standing out from their peers as either progressing favorably or lagging behind the other training bus students.

Security and Safety | February 6, 2017

NY MTA names new chief of police department

Chief Owen J. Monaghan succeeds Chief Michael R. Coan, who led the MTA Police Department for eight-and-a-half years, the longest serving police chief in department history.

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| February 6, 2017

DATTCO: Focused on a rock-solid operation with a family-like atmosphere

The family atmosphere is crucial to DATTCO’s success, according to Owner Don DeVivo, who runs the third-generation business with his two sons.

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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