Topic : transit security

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TSA, Amtrak to test suicide vest detection devices at Penn Station

Security and Safety | February 28, 2018

The passive system triggers an alarm if an individual carrying/wearing a person-borne improvised explosive device passes by the mechanism.

SacRT taps 'Voice of God' to enhance security

Security and Safety | December 21, 2017

When passengers violate basic station rules like no smoking or drinking alcohol, agency security staff use the new remote P.A. system to communicate with the rulebreaker.

Security and Safety | December 12, 2017

NY ramps up security following bus terminal explosion

Gov. Cuomo called for state police and the National Guard to look over soft targets like airports, train stations, bridges, and tunnels following Monday’s explosion in an underground walkway near the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

Security and Safety | December 11, 2017

N.Y. transit hub explosion called 'terrorist attack'

Three civilians suffered minor injuries during the incident, which took place at 7:30 a.m.

Security and Safety | November 7, 2017

MARTA unveils new mobile command vehicle

The $1.2 million vehicle functions as a communication and command center for major sporting events, emergencies, and natural disasters.

Security and Safety | August 15, 2017

RTC buses to provide police live footage from surveillance cameras

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.

Management & Operations| June 13, 2017

RATP Dev recruits new VP, Security & Safety

Mike Anderson will lead RATP Dev North America's bus and rail security and safety projects and will work hand-in-hand with all company clients.

Security and Safety | April 3, 2017

Las Vegas officials rethink bus ads, security after shooting

Authorities struggled to get a good view of the suspect due to a vinyl bus wrap.

Security and Safety | December 7, 2016

L.A. Metro system bomb threat not credible, FBI says

Authorities found no evidence regarding a specific but uncorroborated threat made by a caller who warned that a bomb would blow up on Tuesday at the Metro Red Line's Universal City station.

Security and Safety | November 14, 2016

L.A. Metro wants local police, not deputies, to oversee system

The Sheriff’s Department, the sole agency policing the Metro transit system since 2003, has “poor system-wide visibility” and struggles to schedule enough deputies to meet required staffing levels, MTA says.

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