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Chicago targeting abuse of free, reduced fare cards

Bus| November 18, 2014
Regulations for free and reduced-fare programs — which include seniors, persons with disabilities, U-Pass, student fares and other categories — stipulate that those cards can only be used by the individual identified on the card and can’t be transferred.

FMCSA awards $2M to N.D. for bus, truck safety

Motorcoach| August 30, 2011
Will fund implementation of an electronic commercial driver's license testing system, compliance reviews, safety audits and thousands of inspections throughout North Dakota.
Rail| December 17, 2010

D.C. Metro will conduct random carry-on inspections

The inspections, conducted in conjunction with TSA officials, are expected to take only minutes and designed to be non-intrusive, as police will randomly select bags or packages to check for hazardous materials using ionization technology as well as K-9 units trained to detect explosive materials.
Bus| December 17, 2010

Explanatory Demonstration of D.C. Metro Inspection

The inspections, which will be conducted in conjunction with Transportation Security Administration officials, are expected to take only minutes and designed to be non-intrusive, as police will randomly select bags or packages to check for hazardous materials using ionization technology as well as K-9 units trained to detect explosive materials. Carry on items will generally not be opened and physically inspected unless the equipment indicates a need for further inspection.

Bus| September 10, 2009

Rotary Lift launches inspection program

Nationwide heavy-duty lift inspection program, “Inspect to Protect,” makes it easy to find a qualified lift inspector. Also provides a certificate detailing what was found during the inspection, any adjustments made and parts replaced for each lift.
Rail| June 25, 2009

D.C. Metro begins inspecting signaling circuits

Federal investigators found “anomalies’”' in a 740-foot-long circuit near the crash site that is part of the electronic control system. They are looking into whether a circuit malfunction might have sent one Red Line train crashing into another north of the Fort Totten station, killing nine and injuring about 80.
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