Man struck, killed on Northeast Corridor creates morning delays

Train #3817 left New York Penn Station with about 300 passengers at 6:35 a.m., heading to Trenton, when it hit the man, whose identity was not immediately known. NJ Transit trains ran up to 20 minutes late, with regular service restored by around 7:30 a.m., according to the agency’s Twitter feed.

Union calls for improved Milwaukee County bus driver safety

A transit security report found that the number of assaults of drivers decreased 62% since 2010 due to the installation of protective shields on buses; however, union officials say many issues often go unreported.

NJ Transit program seeks to deter homeless from waiting areas

The program, which started this summer and is still in the assessment stage, applies to seating at stations in Atlantic City, Hoboken, Newark and Secaucus.

To curb tragedies, OLI releases video addressing train track photography

The animated video public service announcement is the first in a new series drawing attention to the illegal and dangerous activity of train track photos.

BusCon 2015: New Vehicles, New Exhibitors, New Ways to Do Business

Several manufacturers unveiled new vehicles, including ABC Companies and Micro Bird Commercial, as well as those new to the U.S. market by Karsan and Indbus. All told, 145 exhibitors, with more than 50 new to the annual event, packed the show floor.

New collision avoidance technology for buses increases pedestrian, cyclist safety

The Mobileye Shield+ System is a multi-vision-sensor system that uses algorithms to determine whether a pedestrian or bicyclist near the vehicle is a threat and alerts the driver with an audible and visual alert.

FMCSA’s Final Rule protects bus drivers from being forced to violate safety regs

The Final Rule addresses three key areas concerning driver coercion: procedures for commercial truck and bus drivers to report incidents of coercion to the FMCSA, steps the agency could take when responding to such allegations and penalties that may be imposed on entities found to have coerced drivers.

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