Five Questions: Tina Quigley, RTC of So. Nevada's GM
September 2, 2015
in the generations to come.
The RTC was very involved in APTA’s Stand Up 4 Transportation Day. Why is the feds’ commitment to funding public transit so important?
We need a strong, forward-thinking federal transportation funding plan that provides a vision and paves the way for communities across the country to meet urgent needs. It is so critical, in fact, that you see national news media coverage on how our
Mich.'s CATA wins small bus roadeo
September 1, 2015
Transportation Association of America’s National Bus Roadeo in Portland, Ore.
Related: My APTA Bus Roadeo Experience
Pub Perspective: The most important P in PPP is the last one
May 30, 2014
This year, APTA’s business members have put together a series of conference sessions that showcase new business models involving more private sector participation in providing service. The ideas range from additional financing strategies to innovative ways of maintaining railcars and buses. While there is great potential in public-private partnerships — or “P3s” as they are known — it would
How Contractors are Providing Solutions for Transit’s Challenges
July 23, 2014
in the final six months of 2013 to the rates of the first six months before taking over the contract, the operation achieved a 71% decrease in accidents, a 75% decrease in passenger falls and a 56% decrease in employee injuries.
Solano Transit was recognized for its efforts at APTA’s 2014 Bus and Paratransit Conference in Kansas City, Mo. where it received the Gold Award for safety.