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New York City bans alcohol advertising on city property

Under the order, the advertisements will be banned from bus shelters, newsstands, phone booths, and Wi-Fi LinkNYC kiosks.

California's NCTD implements bus stop optimization program

Bus| March 6, 2019

Approximately 90 bus stops were identified for removal or consolidation based on the review.

September 13, 2018

Tips for Improving the Bus Boarding, Alighting Process

The servicing of several types of bus stops, in particular their locations, presents unique challenges involving the safe boarding and alighting process of customers.

Technology| March 27, 2018

Austin’s Capital Metro awards wayfinding contract to CHK America

This newly designed system will deliver information to passengers in a clear and concise format accentuating the agency's extensive public transportation options.

Management & Operations| March 15, 2018

San Antonio's VIA unveils zoo-themed bus stop shelters

The stop serves VIA’s VIVA culture route and is part of VIA’s ongoing Passenger Amenities Improvement Program, which includes the improvement of 1,000 existing bus stops throughout the VIA service area.

Management & Operations| December 14, 2017

San Antonio's VIA celebrates 1,000th bus stop improvement

In keeping with VIA’s ongoing commitment to support local, small, and minority-owned businesses, nearly all of the contracts awarded for VIA’s Passenger Amenities Program went to locally-owned businesses and/or certified DBEs/SBEs.

Government Issues| July 7, 2017

Profile: Christine Viña, Project Manager for Urban Design, VIA Metropolitan Transit

She is an ambassador for VIA and San Antonio, where she moved twenty years ago from Washington, D.C. to become executive director of the Southtown Urban Main Street Project. She started working for VIA almost nine years ago, when she accepted the position in project management and urban design.

December 28, 2016

Why 'Tactical Transit' is the Next Big Thing

The raffish, worldwide movement known as tactical urbanism appears poised to take on a meatier role in improving transit in bus corridors. By providing low-cost, agile alternatives to lengthy street improvement processes, “tactical transit” has the ability to jumpstart virtuous cycles of increasing bus ridership by speeding up travel times, improving passenger experience, and enhancing overall perceptions of riding the bus.

Accessibility| June 13, 2016

[Video] Perkins School for the Blind - Bus Stop Challenge

With help from a Google.org grant, Perkins School for the Blind is embarking on a groundbreaking project that will change the way people who are blind or visually impaired access public transportation. Audio-described version of video: https://youtu.be/NOjUsunoVbk Published on Apr 12, 2016

University| June 13, 2016

Mass. school to develop nav. app for visually impaired travelers

Perkins anticipates using crowdsourcing to provide detailed navigation clues to bring users to within four to five feet — the standard length of a white cane — of their precise destination.

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