Blogs

June 26, 2019 - From the Editor's

Focusing on ‘abilities’ gives those with disabilities a ‘sense of purpose’

I recently learned about a program offered by Transport for London that provides “people with mild to moderate learning disabilities and those on the autism spectrum the chance to gain skills and work experience.”

June 19, 2019 - Transit Dispatches

Why employers should care about the length of employees’ commutes

Employers are beginning to take notice of the psychological and physical well-being of their employees by looking for ways to combat the the toll of long work commutes. 

June 12, 2019 - Transit Dispatches

Will AVs save the world? History says it's no sure thing

Electric AVs will clear streets of the traffic jams and pollution and save lives, curing the ills wrought by private autos, right?

June 4, 2019 - Transit Dispatches

High school intern today…transportation employee tomorrow?

Internship programs that provide real-world learning and hands-on training can be beneficial employment recruitment tools for the organizations that extend them and the participating students.

May 30, 2019 - Transit Dispatches

State, local leaders not waiting on Congress for infrastructure bill

In many states, collaborative initiatives have been launched to repair aging infrastructure, install clean energy projects, initiate smart city technology and build social infrastructure.

May 30, 2019 - Transit Dispatches

Customer Satisfaction Will Always Motivate Consumer's Mobility Choices

New mobility modes will continue to be introduced and tested, old modes will be updated and improvised, and some modes will become extinct.

May 22, 2019 - Transit Dispatches

Tackling the complexities of managing a transit workforce

Here, we will dive into three areas that are more complex than they appear: Employee management, bidding, and pay.

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.

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