Meredith Greene has built a 20-year career in public transportation with a passion and confidence that she found along the way. Now, Greene shares how other women working in transit can find theirs.
Lauren Cochran Scoville is a zero-emission advocate, breast cancer survivor, and an overall important figure in the transit industry. Cochran Scoville shares why she became passionate about zero-emission transportation and advice for other women working in transportation.
Transit industry stalwart Ann Derby went from working at a TV station to a notable career at INIT, serving as director, marketing & events. Not every person has had the same career path as Derby, and she now shares her unique insight into working in transit.
Allegan County Transportation is making a change in its bus fleet, as it now operates new buses powered by propane autogas from ROUSH CleanTech. The county plans to save on fuel and maintenance costs, but how will it deal with the challenges that come with propane autogas?
Beep, in partnership with LYNX and the city of Orlando, has officially launched its autonomous shuttle pilot. The company has thought of everything leading up to this moment, including rider safety and the potential hesitancy of riding autonomous vehicles.
The Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority is full speed ahead on multiple projects and initiatives. The agency that serves Pinellas County outlines its keys to successfully expanding its BRT line, launching contactless payments, and using artificial intelligence.
TransitCenter released its latest report, diving into the ongoing challenges of the workforce shortage and taking an interesting look at one department.
Boldyn Networks is delivering next-generation communication services across the Bay Area with its recently announced partnership with AT&T.
Alstom has continued to grow its Electro Code product line throughout the years, and the recent launch of the new Electro Code 6 (EC6) track circuit shows how far the company has come with the technology.
As transit agencies now find themselves under a requirement to report GTFS data to the National Transit Database, Optibus is doing its part to help.
Challenges and adjustments didn’t stop Arcadis from providing Los Angeles with a new 1.9-mile underground light-rail extension that will now support riders with a one-seat journey from downtown L.A. to several communities.
While there are plenty of alternative fuel options for agencies to consider, they each come with their own set of challenges. Industry professionals tackled the biggest alternative fuel topics in METRO’s latest webinar.
The American Public Transportation Association followed up the first phase of its workforce shortage study by examining how workers and agencies view the issue. The association, along with transit agencies, discussed the outlook of the workforce shortage and more.
Via and the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation are partnering to provide Virginia transit agencies with software that has been missing in the state’s communities.
CharterUP opened its new headquarters in Austin, Texas, and CEO Armir Harris gave a behind-the-scenes explanation of the decision.