Transit-focused ad agency marks $1M revenue milestone for Dayton RTA

The company, Commuter Ads patented a way to send 15-second audio and digital text-scroll commercials wirelessly to bus riders.

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Viva BRT service opens in Newmarket, Ont.

The transformation of this section of the BRT corridor, which traverses Davis Drive, includes wider streets, enhanced landscaping, and rapid transit stations designed for safety and comfort.

BusCon 2015: New Vehicles, New Exhibitors, New Ways to Do Business

Several manufacturers unveiled new vehicles, including ABC Companies and Micro Bird Commercial, as well as those new to the U.S. market by Karsan and Indbus. All told, 145 exhibitors, with more than 50 new to the annual event, packed the show floor.

New collision avoidance technology for buses increases pedestrian, cyclist safety

The Mobileye Shield+ System is a multi-vision-sensor system that uses algorithms to determine whether a pedestrian or bicyclist near the vehicle is a threat and alerts the driver with an audible and visual alert.

Best-Value DBOM Contracting Optimizes CNG Infrastructure for Transit Fleets

There is no one-size-fits-all for CNG infrastructure solutions, because different transit fleets face different needs, capabilities and constraints. But, transit agencies can capture significantly higher performance at lower costs and in less time by using best-value DBOM contracting when compared to using a traditional least-cost DBB model.

Arizona Rail Extension Opens Early to Connect Urban Growth

Valley Metro Rail’s 3.1-mile Central Mesa light rail extension, which includes four new stations along Main Street, was added to the rail line to meet the growing transit demands in the city’s East Valley section.

Mont.'s Mountain Line fare-free program grows ridership, system efficiency

Mountain Line, a public transit service in Missoula, Mont., has seen a 37% increase in ridership since it stopped collecting fares in January of this year.

FMCSA’s Final Rule protects bus drivers from being forced to violate safety regs

The Final Rule addresses three key areas concerning driver coercion: procedures for commercial truck and bus drivers to report incidents of coercion to the FMCSA, steps the agency could take when responding to such allegations and penalties that may be imposed on entities found to have coerced drivers.

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