Jesse Quintero’s five decades of driving is a significant achievement in itself, but that milestone is even more commendable because he has never had a preventable accident...
Highlighting the efforts and results achieved during the SEPTA and Red Kite Project collaboration, which involved helping bus operators deal with the stress of the position and...
New inward facing cameras will record personnel operating trains, and according to the NTSB these recordings can prevent accidents by identifying safety issues before they lead to...
Has implemented a number of security initiatives to improve safety and security for employees and passengers, including the use of explosive detection K-9 teams; passenger and...
Paul Healy, an MBTA employee for 14 years, was driving the Route 230 bus when he noticed that a vehicle was moving forward, but the woman driving it was slumped over the wheel....
The $156 million contract is to install the system on the Queens Boulevard Line, one of the busiest subway lines on the New York City Transit system.
The Metropolitan Council, which oversees Metro Transit, asserted the videos were non-public because they contained "personnel data" that could not be separated from the public portions of the video. The court ordered the Met Council to turn the videos over to KSTP.
The council agreed to explore a possible city ordinance to require ride-hailing driver background checks to include fingerprint-based screening.
MARTA partnered with the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition, a bike advocacy and rider education organization, to initiate the campaign and identify locations for the repair kiosks.
It also identifies good-paying, high-demand transportation jobs and analyzes the patterns in the education and work experience required for entry, including on-the-job training requirements for new entrants to gain full competency.
The agencies thought they had won a federal court victory late last year, when a judge ruled that the state law did not violate a federal prohibition against interfering with public employees' collective bargaining rights, but the Labor Department is still enforcing the rule.
Joseph M. Casey, who has led the Authority since 2008, has been with SEPTA for a total of 34 years of distinguished service in a number of roles, including serving as the CFO and Treasurer.
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