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Human trafficking the focus of L.A. Metro program
Human trafficking the focus of L.A. Metro program

June 26, 2013
, the U.S. Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT) teamed with DHS to begin training its more than 55,000 professionals to be able to identify and report human trafficking. The U.S. DOT and DHS also teamed with Amtrak last year to begin training its more than 20,000 employees and created a nationwide awareness training program across all modes of transportation, including public transportation. While

Five Questions: Tina Quigley, RTC of So. Nevada's GM
Five Questions: Tina Quigley, RTC of So. Nevada's GM

September 2, 2015
the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the Regional Plan promotes and supports improving our housing and transportation choices, better connecting our residents to jobs, and making our cities and neighborhoods more attractive for businesses and future investment. It is important for Southern Nevada to have a Regional Plan that guides local governments and public agencies to connect

WTS to honor Boston transit chief, FTA

April 8, 2014
industry contributions is her pivotal leadership role in the critical areas of strategic human resources planning, workforce development, and employee training. Most recently, Scott was named a “Transportation Innovator of Change” by President Barack Obama and the U.S. Department of Transportation for her long record of exemplary leadership and service in the transit industry. Jeannie Lee, a member

Massachusetts transit unveils $5.2M bus terminal

June 24, 2013
as well as intercity bus service to Boston and Providence. SRTA serves 10 communities in southern Massachusetts, with the majority of service focused in Fall River and New Bedford. The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) provided approximately $3.7 million for the $5.2 million project, including $1.8 million in Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funds, $912,300 through the American Recovery

2015 Paratransit Survey: Growing Demand for Service Tops Challenges
2015 Paratransit Survey: Growing Demand for Service Tops Challenges

September 2, 2015
that did, use of scheduling and dispatch software was the most prevalent at 65%. A new trend in this year’s survey was the mention of swapping out MDT’s with tablets. This year’s survey, which provides a brief snapshot of the industry’s trends, received responses from 106 paratransit providers from 34 states in the U.S. and one system in Canada. Respondents answered 32 questions about issues related

Eliminating Risk for You and Your Shuttle Customers
Eliminating Risk for You and Your Shuttle Customers

September 2, 2015
The 3 “S” rule of transportation — Safety/Service/Schedule — should not be limited to fixed-route bus service. Many modes of surface transportation can (and should) benefit from prioritizing the way in which we transport those that require our professional services. Whether we provide an airport shuttle service between terminals and/or rental car lots, or to and from a hotel, or perhaps

ABC's new Van Hool Proves All 35-Foot Coaches are Not Created Equal
ABC's new Van Hool Proves All 35-Foot Coaches are Not Created Equal

September 2, 2015
ship within 24 hours, plus free ground shipping applies to orders exceeding $100 in the continental U.S. Related: ABC founder, industry icon Clancy Cornell passes Demand for the CX35 has been high with orders pending for delivery by the end of 2015 and into early 2016, according to the company. Company Info ABC Companies is a leading provider to the transportation industry with diverse

Bombardier's joint venture to build 15 high speed trains for China
Bombardier's joint venture to build 15 high speed trains for China

September 2, 2015
U.S., 339 million euro). Bombardier owns 50% of the shares in BST, which is consolidated by Bombardier Transportation's partner CSR Sifang Rolling Stock Co. Ltd. Based on previous orders, BST started delivering its newest generation high speed train CRH380D in the first quarter of 2015. This early follow on order shows the confidence of China Railways in BST's leading high tech product

Design-Build Facilitates Completion of L.A.'s Expo Line Phase 2
Design-Build Facilitates Completion of L.A.'s Expo Line Phase 2

September 1, 2015
-build method is gaining momentum in the transit industry. The Gold Line light rail line from Los Angeles to Pasadena was among the earliest transit design-build projects completed in the U.S. Following this success, Expo Phase 1 and Phase 2 were also built utilizing the design-build method. “Design-build provides an integrated contracting vehicle for the design and construction of a project,” says Eric

Calif. Agencies Raise Drought Awareness, Employ Water-Saving Measures
Calif. Agencies Raise Drought Awareness, Employ Water-Saving Measures

September 1, 2015
’t the only transportation agency trying to be as efficient with California’s limited supply of water. From 2010 to 2014, Caltrans (the California Department of Transportation) reduced its statewide water usage by 32%, said Jason Probst, Caltrans spokesman, much of which is owed to the installation of 1,250 new smart irrigation controllers. The controllers automatically adjust water patterns

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