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MTI research assesses mobility and equity for low-income seniors

Accessibility| February 11, 2019

With the Baby Boomer generation well into retirement, cities have demonstrated an emerging interest in developing age-friendly cities.

Keolis partners with group to train service dogs on commuter rail

Security and Safety | January 28, 2019

Exposes dogs to various sights, sounds and smells that they need to ignore as they maintain focus on their human partners.

Accessibility| January 15, 2019

New dispatch system gives 'ready window' to UTA paratransit users

This new program eliminates the guesswork for riders, allowing them to walk outside right as the bus arrives.

Mobility| January 10, 2019

Metro to expand alternative-to-paratransit program to D.C. and Virginia

Allows eligible customers to use on-demand services — without sharing a ride — at a discounted rate, instead of paratransit.

Management & Operations| January 10, 2019

Product Roundup: Seating

A look at some of the latest seating products on the market, featuring American Seating, Freedman Seating Co., HSM Solutions, and USSC Group.

Management & Operations| December 11, 2018

SEPTA lands $15M BUILD grant to improve passenger access

The grant will fund approximately 39% of the $38 million project, and will leverage more than $23 million in additional state, local, and private funds.

Accessibility| December 7, 2018

Lack of transportation options worry seniors, people with disabilities

Combined with not being able to drive, a new poll finds lack of options leaves them feeling frustrated, isolated, and trapped.

Accessibility| December 6, 2018

MBTA signs amended agreement to bolster system accessibility

The accord called over 200 commitments and obligations to improve the agency's fixed-route accessibility for people with disabilities.

Bus| November 26, 2018

SouthWest Transit orders MCI D45 CRT LE Commuter Coaches

The Buy America-compliant model recently passed its Altoona test.

November 1, 2018

ADA sensitivity training makes drivers MCTS' 'most valuable asset'

Storylines about Milwaukee County Transit System bus operators are always consistent, involving a driver going above and beyond their job description in order to help someone in need.

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