Santa Clara VTA adds 2 bomb-sniffing dogs

The canine officers and their Sheriff’s Transit Patrol handlers will begin patrolling the VTA system this week.

Valley Metro introduces new rail rider safety, security app

Riders can discreetly report suspicious activity, vandalism, graffiti, disruptive behavior and maintenance issues or receive notifications.

Rail systems continue to make progress on PTC implementation

Safety tech is in operation on 71% of freight railroads’ required route miles, and 26% of passenger railroads’ required route miles.

FRA issues Final Rule for high-speed rail operations

The rule paves the way for U.S. high-speed passenger trains to safely travel as fast as 220 miles per hour.

Key Steps to Finding a New Public Transit CEO

While the basic requirements essentially remain the same, the changing face of public transportation’s role in communities is having an impact on transit boards when they are searching for a new leader.

The 'Genius' Idea for Improving Rail Signaling Accuracy

Ultra-Wideband can provide five-centimeter accuracy location for all cars in the tunnels with very low cost to deploy.  

Despite Progress, True Public Transit Accessibility Remains Elusive

As ADA approaches the 30-year mark, transit agencies are evaluating the improvements made and what still needs doing.

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