News

5271 - 5280 of 17885 Previous Next

FMCSA seeking comments on revising financial responsibility levels

Government Issues| December 4, 2014

An April 2014 Report to Congress found that while catastrophic motor carrier crashes are rare, the costs for resulting severe and critical injuries can exceed $1 million; current insurance limits do not adequately cover these costs, which are primarily due to increases in medical expenses and other crash-related costs.

Paul Revere Transportation wins Grand Canyon contract

Motorcoach| December 4, 2014

The service provides free shuttle transportation to visitors at one of the world’s most recognizable destinations.

Rail| December 4, 2014

NJ Transit employees to take customer relations training

Principles to be covered in the program, which will launch in early 2015, include employees understanding their role, communicating clearly, non-verbal communication, effective listening, conflict resolution and how to deal with difficult customers.

Management & Operations| December 3, 2014

South America's first subway turns 101

Originally spanning 2.1 miles, the first rail cars took Porteños between Plaza de Mayo and Plaza Miserere along a single line. Today, Subte has 83 stations along six different lines and an annual ridership of 310 million.

Rail| December 3, 2014

China plans to re-bid Mexico high-speed rail project

The Latin American nation said it would re-run the tender in late November under the same terms, the report said.

Accessibility| December 1, 2014

Wash. agency provides hands-on rider training

C-Tran has offered travel training in some form for years, but the agency recently hired Veronica Marti in 2013 to coordinate the program full-time. Marti often meets with riders as an introduction, and then accompanies them on one or more trips, offering guidance along the way.

Accessibility| December 1, 2014

Del. DART's new flex service a hit

Launched as an effort to better meet the community’s transportation needs, the new Flex service, which can deviate up to one mile off of its set route to pick up riders, operates as a hybrid between DART’s fixed-route buses and paratransit buses that provide door-to-door transportation to qualified riders through reservations made 24 hours in advance.
Accessibility| December 1, 2014

Las Vegas set to open new training center in fall 2015

Participants will be taught how to get to and from the bus, important riding techniques, emergency procedures, and how to get to and from specific destinations.
Accessibility| December 1, 2014

Calgary HandiBus to cease operations due to rising costs

City officials said when they identify another provider to take over the service's 35,000 monthly trips — which could be Calgary Transit — customers should notice no change, including in door-to-door service.
Accessibility| November 26, 2014

BART debuts new service to Oakland International Airport

Riders can now board one of four three-car automated people movers at either the Coliseum Station or the Oakland International Airport Station and take the eight-minute ride at 30 mph.

More From The World's Largest Fleet Publisher

Automotive Fleet

The Car and truck fleet and leasing management magazine

Business Fleet

managing 10-50 company vehicles

Fleet Financials

Executive vehicle management

Government Fleet

managing public sector vehicles & equipment

TruckingInfo.com

THE COMMERCIAL TRUCK INDUSTRY’S MOST IN-DEPTH INFORMATION SOURCE

Work Truck Magazine

The number 1 resource for vocational truck fleets

Schoolbus Fleet

Serving school transportation professionals in the U.S. and Canada

LCT Magazine

Global Resource For Limousine and Bus Transportation