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Texas' Sun Metro wins MV safety award

Accessibility| June 9, 2014
Award scoring was based on a wide range of measurable criteria including adherence to company safety policies, as well as minimizing preventable accidents and on-board vehicle camera activity.

S.D. task force: Steer paratransit riders away from system

Accessibility| June 9, 2014
The committee’s recommendations included steering paratransit riders to other transportation options, including fixed-route buses and nonprofit organizations that offer rides.
Accessibility| June 9, 2014

One-quarter of N.Y. paratransit drivers use cellphones, report says

The inspectors also found that 36% drove dangerously and 6% had been seen speeding.
Bus| June 6, 2014

New Va. bus aims to curb drunk driving

The service is owned by NightlifeVirginia.Com and Napoleon Taxi and is similar to a bus system Richmond had until early 2013 when the service was stopped amidst safety concerns.
Management & Operations| June 6, 2014

N.Y. MTA issuing Metrocards with Spanish-language ads

The MTA has used advertising on the rear face of MetroCards since 1995 and began selling space on the card’s front face in 2012. This is the first time, the agency has sold ads on Metrocards that are in Spanish.
Bus| June 6, 2014

TARTA workers protest funding source

Union representatives urged local leaders to take another look at switching to sales-tax funding, which would be “more equitable and pay-as-you-go” compared to property taxes, whose revenue has slumped during the last five years as area real-estate values tumbled.
Bus| June 5, 2014

Driver who crashed into bus to be charged with DUI

The driver allegedly ran a red light before striking a bus that in turn crashed into another truck on Tuesday night.
Bus| June 5, 2014

'Pop-up' bus service launches in Mass.

The private service uses chartered buses and is run by a start-up technology company called Bridj. The coaches feature comfortable seats and Wi-Fi and costs $6 per ride.
Bus| June 5, 2014

S.F. Muni increases services as 'sickout' dwindles

Service availability has steadily improved over the past few days, and was expected to provide approximately 90% of Thursday morning's service. The union's president said Tuesday the labor group has nothing to do with the sick calls.
Accessibility| June 5, 2014

Allied Specialty Vehicles names president of ElDorado Mobility division

Matt Ford arrives from The Braun Corp., a manufacturer of conversion van and wheelchair lift mobility products, where he spent more than 10 years in sales management positions, most recently as national director of sales.

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