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Tips for Training Bus Instructors and Remembering an Old Friend

| November 16, 2016

Soon after reaching my 20th year in the transit industry, back in 1993, after a draining day of addressing routine bus issues, I would cross paths with another employee, who I always remember, seemed to be quietly “doing his own little daily gig.”

2016 Top 100 Bus Fleets Survey: Stepping Up to Solve First Mile, Last Mile Issue

Mobility| September 19, 2016

Agencies are providing real-time bus information and mobile apps, as well as partnering with ride-, car- and bike-sharing groups to help customers better plan multimodal trips.

Bus| September 15, 2016

[Photos] METRO's Top 100 Transit Bus Fleets

Take a look at METRO Magazine's Top 100 transit bus fleets in pictures.

Rail| August 10, 2016

N.Y. MTA's longest-serving chairman, Kiley dies

One of Kiley’s most enduring legacies was the removal of graffiti — a potent symbol of disorder — throughout New York City’s subway system.

Rail| July 26, 2016

NYC Transit to shut down L train tunnel for 18 months

The decision to do the work under a full tunnel closure, instead of a one-track, three-year closure, was made based on a detailed operational review. The tunnel was severely damaged during Superstorm Sandy.

Security and Safety | July 20, 2016

NYC Transit program urges safety when playing Pokémon Go

The digital screen campaign consists of a brief animation warning customers to stay safe as they play the game that seems to have taken the country, and the world, by storm.

Rail| July 14, 2016

Hill International wins NYC Transit construction management contract

Will manage and provide construction administration and daily oversight during the demolition and construction phases of the Clifton Car Repair Shop, which was damaged during 2012's Superstorm Sandy.

July 12, 2016

Many Voices, One Goal for Bus and Pedestrian Safety

I recently attended, and had the opportunity to be part of a panel of speakers, at the NYC MTA Bus Safety Symposium. A variety of topics were discussed regarding bus and pedestrian safety issues. What was obvious is we all have a common goal to provide the safest transit systems possible, in spite of the possibility of increasing bus/pedestrian and bus/cyclist collisions.

Security and Safety | June 22, 2016

Gov. says N.Y. subway sex-crime reports 'completely unacceptable'

New York Police Department officials said Monday that there have been 458 reported sex crimes in the subway through Monday compared with 299 through the same period last year, a 53% increase, according to the report.

Management & Operations| June 7, 2016

NYC Transit's maintenance program key for ensuring summer comfort

Temperatures in New York City have already reached the high 80s and that’s only a taste of what it will be like when the real summer weather hits. Fortunately for customers, the operation takes a year-round approach to HVAC maintenance and that means a cool ride for everyone.

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