Many operators are tailoring their marketing and sales practices to attract millennials and baby boomers. Meanwhile, 77% of respondents report having issues recruiting, hiring and training drivers.
A devotion to quality helps set the Birmingham, Ala. operation ahead.
A Germantown, Wis. family affair willing to make the right business decisions.
The Brookfield, Conn. operator guarantees customers will leave satisfied with their service
Although many of us are still combing through its pages, and implementation of the new bill will come in the form of regulations yet to be written, several things are clear now.
From identifying key stakeholders to evaluating proposals, fleets should be planned and purchased using a deliberate and balanced approach that is based on expected lifecycles, with adjustments for service changes.
Completion of this 16-mile initial phase will link the population and jobs centers of Silicon Valley to the high-frequency, 104-mile BART system, which already serves San Francisco, the northern Peninsula and the East Bay.
Three solution providers give best practices for connecting passengers and giving public and private transportation operations a competitive edge.
Norfolk, Neb. operator relies on customer feedback, diversification to help the company stand out from the rest.
In September, the agency was one of the inaugural winners of METRO Magazine’s Innovative Solutions Awards at BusCon 2015 for its real-time bus and rail tracking initiative. METRO recently spoke to Watson about that project, as well as the first five years of her tenure and the industry’s opportunity to grow its profile in communities across the nation, including in Austin.