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Connect Transit to add electronic advertising signs

Management & Operations| September 28, 2017

Will split revenue with UberDisplays 50/50 over the five-year deal. Officials hope it will bring in $150,000 per year for the system, but that assumes more buses get signs.

Connect Transit appoints permanent GM

Management & Operations| September 28, 2017

Isacc Thorne will focus on making sure there are ADA-compliant bus stops with shelters and examining fare structures.

Security and Safety | September 27, 2017

WMATA report finds rail station managers unprepared for emergencies

Agency's quality control team says that inspectors found inoperative flash lights, expired first aid materials, and myriad inconsistent mechanisms for unlocking emergency lock boxes in a review of 19 stations over the summer.

Rail| September 27, 2017

Seattle to break ground on $177M streetcar extension

When complete in 2020 the line will link the city’s two fragmented streetcar lines and connect South Lake Union with downtown and the Chinatown-International District before looping around to reach First Hill and Capitol Hill

Rail| September 26, 2017

Alstom, Siemens to merge rail business units

The transaction brings together two players of the railway market with unique customer value and operational potential. The corporate name of the combined group will be Siemens Alstom.

Management & Operations| September 26, 2017

SORTA breaks ground on $1M transit center project

The Oakely Transit Center will include enhanced transit shelters, streetscaping, wayfinding, a ticket vending machine and real-time information screens.

Technology| September 26, 2017

TransitScreen launches website that rates access to city transit options

By scoring various types of transportation in a city, MobilityScore aims to inform users the best way to travel without a car to any address within the U.S. and Canada.

Security and Safety | September 26, 2017

Report focuses on impact of public transit in vehicle-based terrorist attacks

Since January 1970, there have been 37 vehicle attacks on public surface transportation, according to the Mineta Transportation Institute. Just under half, a total of 18, involved suicide drivers ramming vehicles packed with explosives into their targets.

Security and Safety | September 26, 2017

Report focuses on impact of public transit in vehicle-based terrorist attacks

Since January 1970, there have been 37 vehicle attacks on public surface transportation. Just under half, a total of 18, involved suicide drivers ramming vehicles packed with explosives into their targets, according to a new report.

Security and Safety | September 26, 2017

San Diego MTS increases uniformed presence with new staffing plan

The new plan increases the number of MTS Code Compliance Inspectors from 34 to 64 employees.

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