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'See Something Say Something' Gets a Technological Assist

| September 1, 2017

Transportation organizations regularly remind the public to be vigilant when using their systems — to be aware of any suspicious activities and people exhibiting odd behavior, and if they see something, immediately say something to personnel or police.

NTSB: Equip all rail transit vehicles with inward- and outward-facing cameras

Security and Safety | September 1, 2017

The recorders must be easily accessible to review, with appropriate limitations on public release, for accident investigation and as a tool to improve operational safety.

Security and Safety | August 22, 2017

SEPTA train crashes into parked train injuring 42 passengers

The NTSB is investigating the crash, which occurred around 12:15 a.m. on Tuesday.

Technology| August 22, 2017

SEPTA, Intersection teaming to bring digital upgrades to Suburban Station

The more than 25,000 customers who are served by Suburban Station each day now have access to free gigabit high-speed Wi-Fi, 10 new interactive kiosks that offer real-time transit information, interactive wayfinding and maps, and two device charging stations that will be installed soon.

Security and Safety | August 17, 2017

SEPTA app allows riders to report security, safety issues to police

The SEPTA Transit Watch app, developed by ELERTS, enables riders to discreetly report issues to transit police in less than 20 seconds.

Rail| August 16, 2017

Rail Station Redevelopment to Redefine Philadelphia for 21st Century

Built in 1933, the 30th Street Station is the third-busiest Amtrak station in the U.S., handling an estimated 30,000 intercity travelers and regional commuters daily.

Bus| August 15, 2017

New Flyer advances 2nd-year production of SEPTA diesel-electric hybrids

The buses will be deployed in the City of Philadelphia and surrounding suburbs of Delaware, Montgomery, Bucks, and Chester, supporting four million people living in and around southeastern Pennsylvania.

August 8, 2017

Caught on Tape: Transit Employees' ‘Heroic Acts’

For transit employees working with the public on a daily basis, no two shifts might be the same and each day can bring an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of the customers we serve. Often, the acts go unnoticed, but for two SEPTA employees, their special acts — both coming within hours of each other — were caught on video.

Management & Operations| August 4, 2017

Getting Up to Speed on the FTA's New Safety Mandate

States with rail transit agencies must have an FTA-approved and FTA-certified State Safety Oversight Program in effect by April 15, 2019.

June 7, 2017

Making it Easier to Do Business with the Transit Industry

Doing business with a large transportation organization is not as daunting as one might think.The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority uses technology and in-person networking to facilitate relationships with companies pursuing opportunities with the authority.

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