Officers will patrol major hubs, the Long Island Rail Road, Metro-North and Staten Island Railway. Hiring of the additional officers is expected to cost $3 million under the MTA's...
Also determines that contributing to the severity of the crash was the fact that, although the bus was equipped with seat belts in all seating positions, none of the passengers...
The Golden Empire Transit District will be using Safety Vision’s Observer™ 4112 and the Observer 4120 hybrid video recorder systems to provide video and audio...
Will distribute warning-signal products and provide installation services to commercial and emergency vehicles, school buses, fire trucks and police cars.
The agency has come up with a to-do list — with two-week deadlines — to address the communications breakdown and avoid a mess during the next winter storm. However, a...
The ads were for its new series, “The Man in the High Castle,” and featured wrapped New York subway seats with iconography from Nazi Germany and Imperial Japan.
Additionally, agency is continuing to repair and replace railcar doors that are prone to fail in winter conditions.
The letter also includes tips from the Bus Industry and Safety Council, which stresses pre- and post-trip security checks such as inspections of luggage bays and overhead compartments. Operators are also urged to report suspicious packages and to encourage riders to do the same.
In a memo Thursday to the agency’s staff, Foye said he would withdraw from consideration to become the authority’s new CEO, a position created in the aftermath of the George Washington Bridge lane-closure scandal of September 2013.
The new office will house INIT’s staff including their engineering, development, sales, customer support, information technology, project management and administrative departments.
The new regulations create an ongoing program that builds off an 18-month pilot set to expire at the end of January 2016. The fee charged to shuttle operators will increase to pay for stepped-up enforcement.
Wiedefeld will assume his position as Metro’s chief executive on Nov. 30, 2015, and receive an annual salary $397,500 plus standard benefits.
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