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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.


May 7, 2014

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.


May 6, 2014

Altro Transflor introduces line of wood-look flooring options

The new Altro Transflor Wood Safety line is hard-wearing and usable in many types of bus applications. It was redesigned for an even more authentic look and is still stain-resistant and easy to maintain.


May 6, 2014

Transit Executive Profile: KCATA GM, Mark Huffer

The GM/CEO of the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority answers our questionnaire, telling us what his greatest daily challenge is and what he likes to do for fun.


May 5, 2014

Question of the Day: How is social media making an impact at your agency?

We asked transit agency leaders: How social media is making an impact their agencies?


May 29, 2013

Allison Transmission hosts APTA 2013 Bus Roadeo

An Allison-equipped hybrid test vehicle was used in the 12-meter bus competition, characterized by APTA as the “ultimate test of a bus operator’s driving skills.”


May 9, 2013

SEPTA wins Roadeo Grand Champion Award

The honor recognizes the system with the highest combined bus operator and maintenance team combined score. Los Angeles' Metro team took second place.


May 7, 2013

Question of the Day: How do you deal with paratransit demand?

Transit agency leaders answered this question and whether their systems are seeing an overall boost in ridership this year.


May 7, 2013

METRO Profile: Michael Melaniphy

APTA's President/CEO discusses the best piece of advice he's received, greatest challenge and more.


May 7, 2013

Transitional program alleviates paratransit demand, cuts costs

Riverside Transit Agency’s travel training program is effectively steering a growing number of customers away from its costly Dial-A-Ride service as well as saving the agency money along the way.


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