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The Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse’s Impact on the Motorcoach Industry

Motorcoach| May 18, 2020

Though it’s created additional compliance-related workflow for motorcoach fleets, carriers, and drivers, alike, the new system is positively changing the entire motorcoach industry.

Sexual crime and harassment on public transportation: A study

Security and Safety | May 14, 2020

Understanding the extent and nature of sexual harassment on transit and responding to it is a critical issue for transit operators.

Management & Operations| May 12, 2020

4 questions transit agencies need to ask themselves in the wake of COVID-19

Government orders to stay at home, social distancing recommendations, and an unfortunate rise in unemployment have meant that transit ridership has plummeted across the globe.

Bus| May 11, 2020

BCT Deals with Coronavirus, Keeps Sights on Road Ahead

Like the rest of the industry, the agency is dealing with the difficult day-to-day operation of services during the pandemic but is still looking forward to continue building a world-class transportation network.

5 Long-term Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Transit

With this unprecedented crisis will come a new way for transit agencies to operate service and do business on a day-to-day basis. So what might that look like?

Technology| May 5, 2020

Creating a contactless future for cities

COVID-19 has made it clear that handling cash and touching equipment — like turnstiles or fare vending machines — to board, could make transit less attractive through the risk of infection.

Bus| April 30, 2020

Transit agencies invest in propane vehicles

Propane autogas, the term used for propane when used in an on-road engine, has both economic and environmental benefits.

Technology| April 20, 2020

5 ways technology improves the transit passenger experience

In this digital age, riders expect a sleek experience that offers easy access to critical information, such as rider alerts and route information.

Management & Operations| April 20, 2020

Responding to COVID-19: How to optimize transportation resources during emergencies

The COVID-19 outbreak has cities and transit agencies scrambling to provide new forms of transportation for essential staff and emergency services.

Zero Emissions| April 20, 2020

Where 2030 might take electric bus fleets

When history looks back on the 2010-2020 decade, it's likely to view it as the start of the electric heckle boom.

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