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Virus that causes COVID-19 stable for hours on surfaces, study says

Security and Safety | March 20, 2020

Suggests that people may acquire the virus through the air and after touching contaminated objects.

APTA President issues letter outlining COVID-19 assistance

Management & Operations| March 17, 2020

Skoutelas outlines new communication plans, resources and advocacy efforts to assist members during the coronavirus pandemic.

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 5, 2020

Whack-a-mole is a lousy crisis strategy

The response to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak seems a bit whack-a-mole. It’s hard to see the strategy through the chaos because all you’re doing is reacting.

Security and Safety | February 19, 2020

BART Police Chief outlines his vision for safety

Chief of Police Ed Alvarez shared promising new crime data showing his new strategies are already paying off (see video).

February 11, 2020

Must lives be lost before feds fix FMVSS 302?

In bus interiors, the key combustible components are seating materials, and the federal regulations for seat cushioning and covers are grossly insufficient and outdated for fire safety.

Mobility| November 25, 2019

Uber stripped of its license to operate in London

TfL identified a pattern of failures by the company including several breaches that placed passengers and their safety at risk.

Technology| September 17, 2019

Americans would rather drive themselves to work than use AV: Study

Driverless cars aren’t commercially available yet, so people are not familiar with them or may be leery of the technology.

Security and Safety | September 16, 2019

London Underground taps passenger-screening tech to detect knives

Technology works by showing the size, shape and location of any concealed items that block a person’s body heat.

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