While the pandemic put a freeze on business, insurance companies were able to help operations control costs when their vehicles weren’t running. Now that operations are in business again, however, there are some keys to keep in mind to keep this controllable cost as low as possible.
Anthony Incorvati, Business Development Manager, Americas, for Axis Communications, joins METRO’s Executive Editor Alex Roman from the APTA EXPO show floor to discuss video surveillance, Artificial Intelligence, and much more.
Hear from experts at Icomera about their insights into innovation, and why it is so important to go beyond just appreciating innovative technologies and act for real change.
To date, the Administration has announced nearly $400 billion in IIJA funding, including over 40,000 specific projects and awards, across over 4,500 communities in all 50 states, D.C., the territories, and for Tribes.
At the recent APTA TRANSform & EXPO, INIT hosted two unique roundtables in their booth that featured public transit officials discussing how they were able to increase equity, inclusion, and innovation through revamping their fare collection programs.
Peter Aczel, CEO for Vontas; Jonny Simkin, CEO of Swiftly; and David Block-Schachter, Chief Business Officer at Transit, join METRO’s Executive Editor Alex Roman to discuss an exciting new partnership that was announced at APTA’s TRANSform & EXPO, how open APIs can spur future collaborations between suppliers, improving the passenger experience, and much more.
METRO’s Executive Editor Alex Roman spoke to Spare CEO/Co-Founder Kristoffer Vik Hansen and Chad Ballentine, VP, demand response & innovative mobility, at Capital Metro about the new partnership and more.
METRO Executive Editor Alex Roman recently spoke to Net Payne, chief sales and marketing officer at March Networks, about the new platform, the importance of surveillance in transit, and how AI will continue to play a role in the industry’s future.
A Miami native, Forbes solidified a reputation as a leader and innovator in public transportation for more than 30 years — eight of which were spent as executive director at Palm Tran.
Marc Buncher discusses Siemens current direction, the state of high-speed rail in America, and much more.
Although his departure date as president and CEO is set for September 2024, Pantuso explains there is too much to do to start “counting down the days,” including continuing to help operators get back on their feet post-COVID and preparing for his final Marketplace, which will be held in Nashville.
Scott Bogren, Executive Director for the Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA), joins METRO’s Executive Editor Alex Roman to discuss what the CTAA does and what issues its membership are currently facing; how smaller transit agencies are re-thinking and reinforcing the ways they provide mobility in their communities; ongoing funding issues even after the infusion from the IIJA; and much more.
South Carolina's EHC took a chance by investing in electric vehicles in the wake of soaring gas prices and found success after adding Ford E-Transit vans.
What has changed for agencies in the last two years? We asked transit leaders from across the U.S. about their latest workforce and ridership efforts.
We are looking for operators who stand above and beyond both in their service area as well as the industry.