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In-vehicle video could sharply reduce medium/heavy duty fatalities, study says

Bus| May 8, 2014
The study found that Lytx’s video-based driver safety program, DriveCam has the potential to dramatically save lives and reduce injuries.

No more 'million dollar bus stops' in Arlington, Va.

Bus| May 8, 2014
The County Manager launched a comprehensive review of the project last year after declaring that the Walter Reed station, formerly called a “Super Stop,” had cost too much and taken too long to build and had some functional problems, including poor weather protection.
Bus| May 8, 2014

South Carolina transit honored for service, improvement

The South Carolina Department of Transportation recognized Palmetto Breeze as Human Services Transit Provider of the Year and Most Improved Transit System.
Bus| May 8, 2014

Transit officers start riding Detroit buses

The city placed officers from its new Transit Police force on its most troubled routes and is working to hire at least 30 more officers to supplement the unit. The effort follows a growing number of attacks on drivers and between passengers.
Bus| May 8, 2014

Philadelphia's SEPTA crowned Roadeo Grand Champion

The 39th International Bus Roadeo was held in conjunction to APTA’s Bus & Paratransit Show in Kansas City, Mo., this week.

Ridership, industry visibility touted at APTA Conference

Ridership and increased funding for public transportation were major themes as APTA’s Bus & Paratransit Conference kicked off with its Opening General Session at the Kansas City Convention Center on Sunday.
Accessibility| May 7, 2014

Question of the day: What is the most urgent trend affecting your operation today?

We ask transit agency leaders about economic, social and political trends impacting their operations right now.
Government Issues| May 7, 2014

Hudson River rail tunnels have up to 20 years left, Amtrak says

A $12.4 billion project to replace the Hudson tunnels, which would have more than doubled the number of peak-time runs, to 48 trains per hour, was canceled by New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie in 2010.

Slow adoption of modern tech hampers NYC subway, study says

Reliance on antiquated signaling system adds to delays, inefficiency and safety risks, according to a regional research and advocacy group.
Rail| May 7, 2014

TriMet’s Yellow Line hits nearly 46M rides at 10 years

Since opening on May 1, 2004, annual ridership has grown 24.2%, and there has been a 50% increase in the number of new businesses along the line.

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