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December 2017 Issue

TriMet Ready to Make Rider Enhancements a Reality

Janna Starcic, Executive Editor

The agency will use funds from a new statewide employee payroll tax to support two key priorities: a low-income fare program and bus service expansion.

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TriMet Ready to Make Rider Enhancements a Reality
Management & Operations| November 28, 2017

TriMet Ready to Make Rider Enhancements a Reality

The agency will use funds from a new statewide employee payroll tax to support two key priorities: a low-income fare program and bus service expansion.

Publisher's Perspective: Transit seeking ways to combat declining bus ridership
Bus| December 1, 2017

Publisher's Perspective: Transit seeking ways to combat declining bus ridership

This past May, I discussed factors that may be contributing to a disturbing trend in recent years — declining bus patronage — and ways to combat it.

How to Maintain a State of Good Repair by Leveraging Asset Management Tools
Management & Operations| November 30, 2017

How to Maintain a State of Good Repair by Leveraging Asset Management Tools

Agencies are turning to versatile asset management platforms to help streamline their processes and meet requirements, which can both help create peace of mind that the agency is in compliance with federal regulations, as well as launch further proactive efforts.

New Mobility Mindset, Vehicle Innovation on Display at APTA EXPO 2017
Management & Operations| November 29, 2017

New Mobility Mindset, Vehicle Innovation on Display at APTA EXPO 2017

The expansive show floor, which featured more than 800 exhibitors, featured a bevy of product debuts and gave attendees a view of transit’s future.

How L.A. Metro is inspiring, training tomorrow's transportation workforce
Management & Operations| November 27, 2017

How L.A. Metro is inspiring, training tomorrow's transportation workforce

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Thirty-nine percent of Metro’s workforce will be eligible for retirement over the next three years and 69% of Metro employees are over the age of 40.

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