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Bringing Life-Saving CPR Training to Transit Stations

| October 10, 2018

There’s a lot to do to pass time waiting at the station for a train — read…listen to music…learn how to save a life? Yes, in the minutes it takes for a train to arrive, a person can learn Hands-Only CPR.

Will Smith tops list of celebs SEPTA riders want to hear do announcements

Management & Operations| September 10, 2018

Vote comes after it was announced actor Seth Rogen would be the new voice of Vancouver's TransLink. Comedians Big Jay Oakerson and Kevin Hart also top list.

Management & Operations| August 21, 2018

NJ Transit mourns passing of founding chairman of the board

Louis J. Gambaccini helped shape transportation policy and initiated innovative solutions for transit issues during his more than 50-year career.

Security and Safety | August 15, 2018

Commuter rail making strong progress on PTC, APTA says

Advancements reflect the commuter rail industry's commitment to safety and to implementing PTC by the statutory deadline.

Management & Operations| July 26, 2018

SEPTA, NRG deal to rename rail station, enhance signage

The Broad Street Line station at the Sports and Entertainment Complex in South Philadelphia will become NRG Station.

July 25, 2018

A Creative Approach to Establishing a Transit System's Safety Culture

Safety must be the top priority of all transportation organizations. Establishing an environment in which everyone — employees and the public — makes safety their first thought before performing any task requires creativity.

Rail| July 12, 2018

SEPTA takes Siemens ACS-64 electric locomotive on inaugural run

The purchase of the new locomotives was made possible by Act 89, Pennsylvania's comprehensive funding transportation bill.

June 12, 2018

Transit Investment Feeds Economic Boom, Resulting in New Funding Needs

Investment in mass transit leads to many rewards — for the region served by a transportation authority; for the passengers who use transit to get to work, school, appointments, shopping and recreational destinations; and for communities located near transportation stations and hubs.

Government Issues| May 18, 2018

Failure to address public transit infrastructure resulting in lost revenues

Failing to address America’s $90 billion backlog of public transit modernization needs, also referred to as State of Good Repair, results in a loss of $340 billion in business revenue to the U.S. economy over a six-year period, according to an new APTA study.

April 24, 2018

Amid Automation Trend, Here's Why We Still Need Bus Drivers

The driverless option will severely impact the four million commercial drivers working in the U.S., according to a 2014 Goldman Sachs report. These figures suggest the loss of 25,000 jobs per month during the height of the autonomous vehicles saturation into the industry.

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