Topic : emergency management

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FTA makes $25B available to aid public transit during COVID-19

Government Issues| April 3, 2020

Funding will be provided at a 100% Federal share, with no local match required, and will be available to support capital, operating, and other expenses.

Coalition of transit agencies demand at least $25B in federal aid

Government Issues| March 23, 2020

CEOs from nine agencies signed a letter urging Congressional leaders to include dedicated transit funding in relief package.

Government Issues| March 19, 2020

Public transit industry seeks $16 billion in emergency federal funding

Urging Congress to act to offset the extraordinary direct costs and revenue losses caused by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Government Issues| March 17, 2020

N.Y. MTA issues letter urgently requesting robust federal aid

Letter to the New York Congressional Delegation requests more than $4 billion in federal aid as it continues to respond to COVID-19.

Management & Operations| March 13, 2020

Cleveland RTA implementing paid sick leave related to coronavirus

Also offering guidance to employees for wearing facemasks, and have suspended non-essential business travel indefinitely.

March 12, 2020

Helping transit agencies prepare for COVID-19 with no-cost contingency plans

Agencies are left to figure out how best to provide transit service while minimizing the spread of the virus and contending with expected drops in ridership and driver availability.

Security and Safety | March 11, 2020

The motorcoach operator's guide to the coronavirus

Here's everything you need to know about combatting the virus, as well as help your employees and clients stay healthy.

March 9, 2020

10 reasons not to panic about the coronavirus

What we certainly have is a pandemic of fear...But it is also right that we must not panic... there are causes for optimism.

Management & Operations| February 28, 2020

MARTA names new chief of police and emergency management

Chief Scott Kreher will report directly to Chief of System Safety, Security, and Emergency Management Wanda Y. Dunham.

Security and Safety | February 20, 2019

Metrolink installs defibrillators on all trains

Move comes after California state legislature made AEDs mandatory on commuter rail systems by July 2020.


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