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Addressing Health, Wellness Critical for Driver Workforce

Security and Safety | August 13, 2019

It’s never been easy to stay fit or healthy on the road, but it’s no longer possible to ignore the impact on the health of those behind the wheel.

Stop the Bleed: Hiring Bus Operators Based on a More Accurate Profile

Management & Operations| August 8, 2019

Poor hires bleed the budget by lowering retention rates, raising absenteeism, and fighting with passengers.

Security and Safety | July 11, 2019

NJ TRANSIT advocate to aid employees who have been assaulted

Newly hired attorney's role includes reviewing victims cases and helping them understand their legal rights.

Bus| July 1, 2019

NJ TRANSIT graduates 500th bus operator as part of growth initiative

In 2018, NJ TRANSIT launched a major recruitment effort to fill the rosters of bus operators and locomotive engineers.

Security and Safety | June 27, 2019

PSTA board approves funding for driver safety barriers on entire bus fleet

The safety upgrades come after HART bus driver Thomas Dunn was stabbed and killed on the job by a passenger on May 18 in Tampa.

Bus| June 25, 2019

How technology can improve transit operator retention

Technology can support operator incentive and reward programs, and provide tools and training to make operators’ lives safer and easier.

Management & Operations| June 11, 2019

Data shows health risks associated within transportation workforce

Findings include increased risk for heart disease, stroke, and diabetes for drivers.

Government Issues| June 4, 2019

FMCSA seeks input on 18-to-20-year-old interstate commercial drivers

Drivers ages 18-20 may currently only operate CMVs in intrastate commerce.

Management & Operations| May 17, 2019

King County Metro launches first-ever recruitment for full-time transit operators

Since the 1970s, labor agreements required new transit operators start as part-time drivers and then seek promotion to full-time work.

May 14, 2019

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.

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