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May 14, 2019 - Safety Corner

Are your instructors cut out for the job of training bus drivers?

The importance of a solid instructional staff should not be taken lightly. A weak, inconsistent instructor will produce a weak, inconsistent student.

May 8, 2019 - Transit Dispatches

Micromobility: The missing link between people and cities

Millennials and Generation Z alike are looking for homes and jobs in cities, where they can walk and take public transportation for daily life.

May 2, 2019 - Transit Dispatches

Meeting the mobility needs of America's aging population

Through no fault of their own, consumers of public transportation are like people who go into a restaurant, order a fine meal from the menu, and enjoy what the waiter or waitress places on the table.

April 22, 2019 - Green Views

Sustainable transit is about much more than saving the environment

Sustainable transit continues to be a hot topic among city leaders and transit officials, but more often than not, equitability is left out of the conversation.

April 17, 2019 - Transit Dispatches

Transportation Innovation Steers Mobility for All

In the U.S., we love our cars and prefer to drive alone. More than 90% of Americans owned personal automobiles in 2017, and 21% of families had more than three cars per household, says the U.S. Census Bureau.

April 11, 2019 - Green Views

Electric utilities can accelerate electric bus and truck deployment

Electric utilities are an important early investor in charging programs for all EVs, including trucks and buses for several reasons.

April 3, 2019 - Safety Corner

Zero tolerance of workplace harassment: Striking the right balance

One of the important lessons for employers from the #MeToo movement is that their employees expect them to do more than they have in the past to prevent workplace harassment.

April 1, 2019 - Transit Dispatches

Why freedom of mobility is at the center of dealing with the climate crisis

The single biggest driver of change in transportation in the coming years will undoubtedly be the impending climate catastrophe.

March 26, 2019 - Transit Dispatches

'Going to School' to Cultivate the Next Generation of Transit Employees

To help mitigate the effects of a potential workforce shortage, SEPTA is taking its recruitment efforts to the next generation, reaching out to students about careers in transportation.

March 17, 2019 - Transit Dispatches

How congestion pricing, MaaS, and new transit policies will benefit all

By working in tandem, these elements will result in better public transportation infrastructure, more egalitarian access to transit options, affordable or free services, and a healthier environment.

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