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What new tech, services are transit agencies implementing?

Management & Operations| October 14, 2019

METRO asked some of the top execs in the nation what they are implementing to enhance services.

Mobility in Context: New York City

Mobility| October 14, 2019

As the MTA’s largest-ever capital plan, the agency hopes to make over $40 billion in capital investments in New York City Transit.

Management & Operations| October 14, 2019

Q&A: NYCT chief reflects on career, current initiatives

Andy Byford was appointed president of the agency, the largest in North America, with almost 8 million daily riders, in January 2018

Mobility| October 7, 2019

Cost-Cutting Strategies for Your Paratransit Program

Transit agencies must provide a multimodal, door-to-door solution for all their riders. In doing this, they can reduce paratransit costs, improve ridership, and remove inefficient fixed routes.

Zero Emissions| September 30, 2019

3 Things You Need to Know About Electric Buses

Charge times, cost and fleet size are important factors to take into account when planning how best to integrate EVs into a bus fleet.

Security and Safety | September 19, 2019

To help prevent bus driver burnout, give passenger-interaction training

Training and education on interacting with vulnerable populations, would improve both the operator and the passenger experience.

 

Bus| September 17, 2019

Top 100 Bus Fleets Survey: Transit works to boost ridership, services

To better serve customers, agencies are revamping services and offering more mobility options, including bike-share, ride-share, microtransit, and more.

Technology| September 16, 2019

Transit tech now in national security discussions

The arguments for transit as national security policy have long ranged from energy independence that come with transit investments to transit’s role in arresting climate change.

Mobility| September 16, 2019

Charging tech key to bringing urban air mobility to the masses

Accessible, point-to-point transportation will expand to the skies as vehicle charging goes vertical.

Management & Operations| September 12, 2019

Touting growth potential key to recruiting bus techs

Virtually every transit agency in America is experiencing a shortage of bus technicians as skilled baby boomers retire in growing numbers.

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