Topic : COVID-19

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U.S. DOT to distribute over 15M facial coverings to transportation workforce

Security and Safety | May 29, 2020

The distribution of cloth facial coverings includes 4.8 million for mass transit and passenger rail, as well as 2.1 million for highway and motor carriers.

CapMetro resuming fares, adding safety shields

Management & Operations| May 29, 2020

The agency will also introduce its Workforce Aid Pass, valid for the month of June.

Security and Safety | May 29, 2020

COTA introduces new sanitization process for transit vehicles

The process was through a partnership with COTA and United Safety & Survivability Corp.

Rail| May 29, 2020

Metra outlines plans as Chicago area begins to reopen

The agecny is asking for all passengers to cooperate and take responsibility for their own actions.

Rail| May 27, 2020

Amtrak says it needs $1.475B to maintain minimum service levels

The railroad has seen a dramatic decline in demand for service since the pandemic, and is expecting ridership to only return to approximately 50% in FY 2021.

Rail| May 27, 2020

Veovo unveils social distancing solution for passenger rail

It shows how people move into, out of, and between stations, average wait times, and even occupancy on trains.

May 27, 2020

What public transportation agencies must do in a post-COVID world

While service continues to run in most parts of the country, public transit is viewed as a hotspot for possible contamination of COVID, putting everyone at risk — from the operators and conductors to the passengers.

Management & Operations| May 26, 2020

TTC temporarily lays off 450 employees, implements new cost-cutting measures

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in an 80% drop in ridership and a loss of $90 million in monthly revenue

Security and Safety | May 26, 2020

BYD ramps up PPE face mask efforts

The plant, created earlier this year, is now running at full capacity and can produce 50 million masks per day.

Mobility| May 22, 2020

COTA adds microtransit service to expand mobility during COVID-19

The three-month pilot will provide transit access for customers who are experiencing lost fixed-route service in parts of Northeast Columbus, Westerville, Gahanna, and New Albany.

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