Topic : IT

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Why Cybersecurity Is So Essential to the Future of Transportation

| August 13, 2019

The more our train and subway systems are connected, the greater the number of ways hackers have to penetrate them in order to wreak their unique brand of havoc.

NJ TRANSIT names new chief technology officer

Management & Operations| June 7, 2019

Bilal Khan joins the agency with over 17 years of IT experience.

Management & Operations| March 19, 2019

Rising costs, new tech among biggest challenges for public transit

Key findings from a report by CellPoint Mobile looks at what has challenged agencies and what they must do to embrace those challenges.

Management & Operations| February 8, 2019

TriMet names new chief operating officer

Sam Desue Jr. brings more than 22 years of public and private transportation experience, including KCATA and Pierce Transit. 

Mobility| January 29, 2019

Voith acquires major stake in Pilotfish to form strategic partnership

Pilotfish is one of Europe’s leading providers of on-board IT systems and applications.

Motorcoach| March 29, 2018

Denver coach co. revamps IT strategy to streamline ops, future growth

All Aboard America! worked with hybrid IT infrastructure provider Flexential to better understand its unique requirements and implement future-proof solutions.

Security and Safety | September 29, 2017

How Transit Agencies Can Stay on Track with Cyber Security

Cyber security is not a goal but a well-planned, well-executed, and never-ending journey that must include operations professionals and information professionals working together for the good of the entire transit system.

Management & Operations| November 29, 2016

Report: Public transit, cities should learn from San Francisco Muni hack

WIRED said American public transit systems, which make daily life possible for millions, are an easy target, since many are aging and underfunded, with barely enough money to keep the trains running, let alone invest in IT security upgrades.

Bus| January 14, 2011

Chicago Transit approves info tech. support contract

Creates a pool of vendors to provide the agency with information technology support services as needs are identified in the interest of efficiency. Services include communications infrastructure, engineering design, development, implementation and integration.
Rail| July 30, 2009

Amtrak, IBM reach IT agreement

IBM will support the infrastructure for Amtrak's reservation system as well as the corporation's entire computing infrastructure from delivery centers in the U.S.

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