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Calif. SMART policy proposes cellphone ban onboard trains

Rail| September 26, 2016

The proposed ban highlights debate over the use of cellphones in public spaces for work or leisure purposes, and the annoyance many feel at being roped into someone else’s conversation.

U.S. DOT issues policy for testing, deployment of automated vehicles

Mobility| September 22, 2016

Vehicle performance guidance uses a 15-point Safety Assessment to set clear expectations for manufacturers developing and deploying automated vehicle technologies.

University| January 25, 2016

U. of Nebraska-Lincoln policy prohibits electronic device use while driving

New distracted driving policy prohibits drivers from “creating, sending or reviewing text messages or email, accessing the Internet for any purpose, electronic gaming and reading any printed material on an electronic device or in paper form while operating a university motor vehicle.

Management & Operations| December 2, 2015

NJ Transit program seeks to deter homeless from waiting areas

The program, which started this summer and is still in the assessment stage, applies to seating at stations in Atlantic City, Hoboken, Newark and Secaucus.

Management & Operations| October 27, 2015

Sacramento shoots down controversial 'smelly' rider rule

Sacramento Regional Transit Board of Directors passed a new set of rules Monday night that kicks people off of RT buses and trains who become a public nuisance.

Management & Operations| June 2, 2015

WMATA temporarily suspends 'issue ads'

The ads bring in approximately $2 million dollars annually, so suspending those kinds of ads for the remainder of the year could cost the agency approximately $1 million, according to WMATA. The agency said its decision had nothing to do with any particular ad.

Management & Operations| December 23, 2014

NYCT courtesy campaign aims to stop 'manspread'

In January, a series of placards will begin appearing inside subway cars and then buses and the commuter railroads in February. They will bear gentle, but firm reminders pointing out common courtesies that can make traveling by mass transit more enjoyable for everyone.

Bus| September 24, 2013

Pub Perspective: Consistent transit policy eludes administration

The administration needs to understand that these and many other actions contradict the president’s repeatedly stated desire to see public transportation grow and be part of needed economic change in the U.S.
Bus| September 10, 2013

MARTA launches rider conduct policy

Under “Ride with Respect,” prohibited activities include solicitation; selling goods or services; loud music; spitting; littering; eating on transit vehicles; and fighting. The agency is also increasing its police presence, adding security cameras to vehicles and made available to customers an app to report problems.
Accessibility| February 13, 2013

Future Federal Policy Will Depend On Available Resources

Although Congress just enacted a new transportation bill, the next one will soon need to be debated.

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