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Biz News: MCI, New Flyer deliver vehicles to San Diego, N.Y.

Bus| January 27, 2020

MTS adding 24 D4500s, while RTS adds Xcelsior battery-electric buses.

Motorcoach survey: Business solid, opportunities for operators await

Motorcoach| January 20, 2020

While 82% report that business is up or at least flat, the opportunities for further success for many continue to depend on the ability to identify and retain drivers, as well as control costs.

Bus| January 17, 2020

Liquid Spring suspension available for Champion, ElDorado models

The technology can help prevent driver fatigue from fighting the wind and can offer better driver and passenger comfort.

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.

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.

Accessibility| December 12, 2019

Detectable Warning Systems releases new ADA-compliant products

The offerings provide advanced rigid composite material solutions with “tactile cues” for either cast-in-place or surface applied construction and safety applications.

Accessibility| December 10, 2019

Q&A with Greater Richmond Transit's travel trainer Kelsey Calder

The most important lessons I have learned are how to listen and how to trust.

December 4, 2019

Why public transit needs accessibility advocates

It seems that transit has a love-hate relationship with advocates, and many disability community advocates feel the same way about transit. 

Accessibility| November 18, 2019

[Video] A Phoenix Dial-a-Ride customer talks about her experience

Guadalupe Steele has been utilizing Dial-a-Ride for 13 years. She is disabled and cannot drive but is still active in her community. Steele is a business owner, an employee at Phoenix City Hall, and volunteers for her local community group. Here she discusses her experience on the City of Phoenix's Dial-a-Ride service. Video via the City of Phoenix. 

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