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Q&A with Greater Richmond Transit's travel trainer Kelsey Calder

Accessibility| December 10, 2019

The most important lessons I have learned are how to listen and how to trust.

Key Steps to Finding a New Public Transit CEO

Management & Operations| December 10, 2019

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.

Motorcoach| December 5, 2019

Premium intercity bus lines launching new airport-oriented services

These emerging bus services put them in head-to-head competition with major airlines.

Bus| November 27, 2019

How to improve transit bus on-time performance: Part 2

Key factors to focus on include, adequate/accurate running and deadhead times, recovery time, and enough operators/vehicles.

Bus| November 27, 2019

Progressive rural transit services offer lessons in mobility, access for all

Following four case studies demonstrate the breadth and creativity of rural transit and the leadership of visionary transit managers.

Security and Safety | November 25, 2019

Flooring features that allow for easy traveling on public transit

In such a demanding environment, material choice for flooring plays an essential role in the overall longevity and durability of transportation.

Management & Operations| November 19, 2019

How to improve transit bus on-time performance: Part 1

This first of a two-part series explores causes for poor on-time performance and data considerations to adjust vehicle schedules.

Motorcoach| November 18, 2019

New coach confirms Temsa's 'Here to Stay'

The 30-foot vehicle features an updated design, with more  luggage capacity and improved driver’s cockpit.

Management & Operations| November 12, 2019

Maintenance directors tap training, data to drive success

TriMet’s Ed Bennett and Votran’s Rick Kazawitch took home this year’s Maintenance Director of the Year Awards at BusCon 2019 in Indianapolis.

Management & Operations| November 11, 2019

MBTA's Levy discusses agency's customer-centric focus

Prior to joining the MBTA last year, Levy served as chief marking officer for the Massachusetts Port Authority, where she headed up a 10-person department at the $800 million agency.

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