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Uber stripped of its license to operate in London

Mobility| November 25, 2019

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

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

Technology| September 17, 2019

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.

Security and Safety | June 18, 2019

MTA to add 500 officers to NYCT to bolster safety, stem fare evasion

From 2013 to 2017, assaults reported by workers increased 15.2%, and lost revenue increased from $105M in 2015 to $225M in 2018.

Rail| June 3, 2019

Stadler secures contract to build 8 FLIRT trains for Texas

They anticipate passenger service for the end of 2022 after securing $119 million contract with DART. 

Security and Safety | May 13, 2019

How Transit Can Help Prevent Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is a modern form of slavery affecting victims worldwide, including in the U.S.

February 15, 2019

How AEDs Can Help Save Lives on Public Transit

Sudden cardiac arrest does not discriminate, it can strike anyone regardless of age or gender and at any time or place.

February 8, 2019

The Pink Tax on Transportation: Women’s Challenges in Mobility

Women in New York City spend an average $26 to $50 extra per month to stay safe on transportation.

Management & Operations| November 12, 2018

Tolar lands five-year bus shelter contract with IndyGo

The majority of the bus shelters will be five-foot-by-10-foot in size and modeled after Tolar Manufacturing’s popular Signature Sunset line.

October 10, 2018

Bringing Life-Saving CPR Training to Transit Stations

There’s a lot to do to pass time waiting at the station for a train — read…listen to music…learn how to save a life? Yes, in the minutes it takes for a train to arrive, a person can learn Hands-Only CPR.

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