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Modernized handicapped symbol slow to catch on

Accessibility| October 19, 2015

The new symbol, which emphasizes ability rather than disability is being accepted in some states, but there are still advocates rejecting the change of one of the most recognizable symbols in the world.

U. of Minnesota students seeking expansion of paratransit services

Accessibility| October 19, 2015

Students’ problems with paratransit came to the Professional Student Government’s attention when a student with a disability couldn’t reach her pickup destination due to winter conditions.

Bus| October 16, 2015

Public-private partnerships bring more options for Fla. HART riders

The Coast Bike Sharing program is free through the end of October for people who buy a 31-day fare card at Marion Transit Center. Megabus already comes from Orlando to Tampa daily but now as part of a pilot partnership it’s stopping along the way to pick up riders at an additional Park-n-Ride location.

Management & Operations| October 16, 2015

Transdev introduces mobile ticketing app in New Orleans

Partnered with Masabi, a leader in mobile ticketing and electronic payments for transit, to bring smartphone ticketing to RTA passengers.

Management & Operations| October 16, 2015

WMATA riders invited to join first-ever customer community

Through a structured environment of online surveys, polls and discussion forums, Amplify community members will have the opportunity to share their experience as riders and influence how WMATA responds to issues affecting those who use the system.

Rail| October 15, 2015

Brookville Liberty Streetcar wins award for onboard storage system

Developed in partnership with Dallas Area Rapid Transit, the Liberty Modern Streetcar’s OESS utilizes a redundant lithium-ion battery system to power the Dallas Streetcar over the one-mile Houston Street Viaduct

Management & Operations| October 15, 2015

Safety Vision wins $5.6M Las Vegas contract

In total, 227 buses will be retrofitted with the company's mobile surveillance equipment, of which 130 are double-decker buses, 49 are articulated buses, and 48 are forty foot low-floor buses.

Management & Operations| October 15, 2015

Seattle man charged after attacking bus driver with bear spray

The suspect is alleged to have tried to steal a booklet of bus transfer slips before spraying the driver with cayenne pepper bear repellant. He has been charged with third-degree assault and remains in jail on $30,000 bail.

Government Issues| October 14, 2015

JTA's Ford among White House 'Transportation Champions of Change'

The individuals were selected by U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx and the White House for their achievements and were honored this week for their exemplary leadership and innovation in transportation.

Management & Operations| October 14, 2015

Wabtec acquires Track IQ

Based in Australia, Track IQ has additional product support offices in the U.S. and Europe. Its customers include Class I railroads in the U.S., and other large rail networks in Europe and Australia.

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