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Understanding how customers feel about paratransit will help us fix it

| January 14, 2020

Virtually every transit agency has a few angry customers, and I used to be one. I depended on transit and when it failed, it was maddening.

Q'STRAINT's Fears announces retirement

Management & Operations| January 14, 2020

The company’s midwest regional sales manager, who served 35 years in the transportation safety industry, helped industries address their transportation safety equipment needs.

Accessibility| January 10, 2020

Inaugural 'Q'MANITARIAN' receives award from Q'STRAINT

Honors transportation professional with extraordinary dedication, devotion, and passion for enhancing accessibility and safety.

Zero Emissions| January 8, 2020

Calif. operation deploys 30 GreenPower EV star buses

The vehicles were equipped with both executive seating and ADA configurations, providing versatility for Green Commuter’s operations. 

Accessibility| January 7, 2020

InterMotive teams to pilot ADA talking bus system

The initiative expands the company's 20-year partnership with PRIDE, which is the largest employer of people with disabilities in California.

Technology| January 7, 2020

Toyota to build prototype city of the future, test connected AI tech

To move residents through the city, only fully-autonomous, zero-emission vehicles will be allowed on the main thoroughfares.

Bus| January 7, 2020

SacRT launches express bus service to airport

The new route operates seven days a week every 20 to 30 minutes combined with two Yolobus downtown/airport routes.

Accessibility| January 6, 2020

N.Y. MTA seeks design-build teams to bring accessibility to stations

The teams will make full vertical accessibility at the stations by installing elevators and making other ADA improvements.

Bus| January 1, 2020

N.Y. MTA plan 'redraws' Queens bus service to boost speed, reliability

NYC Transit bus stops are the closest-spaced in the country, some of which are as close as two blocks apart.

Technology| December 30, 2019

Public transit users can now ask Amazon's Alexa, "Where's my bus?"

A USF researcher utilized a new personalization feature for Alexa to upgrade the OneBusAway skill.

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