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DART lauded for increased light rail security efforts

Security and Safety | January 11, 2018

In December, DART's board of directors approved spending $1.7 million for 30 additional security guards, provided by contract with Walden Security, and has almost completed its first install of 48 security cameras.

RTC buses to provide police live footage from surveillance cameras

Security and Safety | August 15, 2017

The move was prompted by a March 25 incident when local police were unable to see inside a bus where a gunman had barricaded himself.

Security and Safety | June 30, 2017

BART completes installation of security cameras on train car fleet

The new cameras bolster BART’s existing security infrastructure network, which includes cameras on platforms and inside and outside stations.

Security and Safety | June 27, 2017

L.A. Metro to launch bolstered police presence in July

The five-year, multi-agency approach includes the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, Los Angeles Police Department and Long Beach Police Department.             

Security and Safety | June 19, 2017

Officials mull using Madison buses for texting-while-driving surveillance

The plan, contigent on a federal grant, would give deputies the ability to search for distracted drivers from a higher vantage point.

Security and Safety | June 30, 2016

NJ TRANSIT ends audio surveillance on light rail trains

After news of the surveillance surfaced in April, Interim Executive Director Dennis Martin defended its use and said the agency was using whatever tools at its disposal to "deter criminal activity" and keep passengers safe, citing global terror attacks.

Government Issues| March 3, 2016

Md. delays action on bill that would impose onboard surveillance guidelines

The bill, which would affect Maryland Transit Administration in the Baltimore area, Ride On buses in Montgomery County and TheBus in Prince George’s County, creates guidelines for audio recordings and places limits on when they can be made.

Rail| February 11, 2013

Chicago Transit expands railcar surveillance

The project is a continuation of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s efforts to improve the safety and security across the CTA, while making long-term investments to ensure Chicago is supported and driven by a first-rate transit system.
Bus| December 11, 2012

Transit installing audio surveillance on buses

Government officials are installing audio surveillance systems on public buses in cities such as San Francisco; Hartford, Conn.; and Eugene, Ore., to record conversations of passengers. The plans raise questions about legally protected privacy in public spaces.
Bus| October 29, 2012

Expanded Chicago Transit surveillance paying off

Since January 1, CTA video cameras have assisted in the arrest of 134 individuals involved in crimes either on or off the CTA system, most involving robberies or thefts.
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