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Simple Cyber Security Steps for Your Fleet Operation

Security and Safety | September 29, 2017

The Department of Homeland Security provides a free, well-crafted tool-kit designed to fully inform your team about myriad cyber security issues ranging from social media and using public WiFi, to scam tactics and phishing.

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

Security and Safety | September 26, 2017

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.

Technology| September 21, 2017

Winnipeg Transit exploring Wi-Fi on buses

If approved, the pilot project would provide free Wi-Fi to transit passengers on up to 12 buses, on various routes, throughout the 2018 calendar year.

Security and Safety | September 19, 2017

Transdev names new North American VP, safety and security

Alex Guariento will be responsible for the safety policies and practices of all Transdev contracts and businesses in over 200 cities, a workforce of 20,000, and 175 million annual passengers.

Security and Safety | September 18, 2017

Broward County Transit takes residents to safety during Hurricane Irma

Bus evacuation pick-up routes included people living along the beaches, in mobile home parks, and the homeless. BCT’s paratransit service also assisted with transporting their most fragile customers.

Technology| September 11, 2017

BusCon 2017 product showcase

A look at the products that will be featured on the show floor during BusCon 2017: Sept. 11-13 in Indianapolis.

Security and Safety | September 5, 2017

Amtrak to equip 310 locomotives with PTC

The equipment will be installed on Amtrak-owned diesel locomotives that primarily operate on national Amtrak network and state-sponsored routes in the east and midwest.

Management & Operations| August 31, 2017

Exclusive: Houston METRO gives Hurricane Harvey service update

The agency was able to get about 20 bus routes back on line today along with a portion of its rail, according to a spokesperson.

August 16, 2017

'Practical Drift' is Bus Safety's Silent Adversary

Each year people are injured or killed in incidents where following a standard operating procedure (SOP) or using the available safety equipment could have prevented the injury or saved their life. Unfortunately, we are all prone toward a tendency to gradually drift away from the correct or proper way of doing things — the precise way we were taught to perform a job or function.

Rail| August 15, 2017

Amtrak taps AECOM to improve Penn Station passenger concourse

In partnership with Network Rail, they will conduct an independent review of the interaction, coordination, and collaboration between the railroads’ various passenger concourses within Penn Station and provide recommendations to improve the design, functionality, communications, and coordination at this critical station.

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