Topic : bus operator assault

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New bill protects bus drivers from attacks, requires database reporting

Security and Safety | June 19, 2018

The bill gives transit agencies two years to develop Bus Operations Safety Risk Reduction Programs.

Winnipeg Transit to test bus operator shields

Security and Safety | November 27, 2017

Once the pilot project is complete, the agency will prepare a report discussing the findings and recommending next steps.

Security and Safety | March 24, 2016

Report: Hampton Roads Transit operators assaulted 96 times in 32 months

The agency has convinced the area's legislators to sign a letter asking Commonwealth's Attorneys to seek jail time when operators are assaulted.

Security and Safety | December 18, 2015

Houston Metro campaign to fight back against bus operator assaults

The campaign, including signs and posters that say “Respect is Mutual,” follows a 73% increase in assaults on operators this year compared to 2014.

August 26, 2015

The Fight to Reduce Bus Operator Assaults

Transit authority operators nationwide have been victims of sometimes brutally violent acts, but in Philadelphia, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority has had a decrease in bus operator assaults by almost 60% since 2011. How did they do that?

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