A fleet of 20 boats on the River Thames, with departures from 23 piers across London from Putney in the west to Woolwich Royal Arsenal in the east, will help commuters travel into the city in space and comfort.
The agency used many of the principles in the “8 Can’t Wait” campaign and as a guideline for the policy changes.
The contract was awarded late last year.
The SEPTA Disaster Relief Memorial Fund was launched in large part due to feedback from employees who wanted a way to help the spouses, children, and other loved ones of co-workers who have died or were severely ill.
In a pilot project, masking material is being used in lieu of repainting the exterior of one of the fleet’s cars, to refresh the appearance and protect the vehicle.
Staff have worked with municipalities to ensure the identified opportunities have considered local businesses and, are in many cases, win-wins for both transit and local retail areas.
Training and education on interacting with vulnerable populations, would improve both the operator and the passenger experience.
The 27,500-square-foot operations and maintenance facility will include parking for up to 67 public transit vehicles, as well as 84 visitor and employee vehicles, and will include five repair bays, parts storage, and locker rooms.
The BRT project, dubbed the SunRunner, will connect St. Petersburg to the county’s world-famous beaches.
The Expedited Project Delivery Pilot Program aims to achieve faster delivery of new transit capital projects.
APTA is urging Congress to invest at least $32 billion in additional emergency funding to keep systems running safely and to protect the jobs of more than 435,000 industry workers.
TRIPS integrates data and technologies for each point of the passenger’s journey — from helping individuals decide when and how to travel, to informing transit operators when stations or vehicles are nearing capacity.