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Making trains safer through advanced communication networks

Security and Safety | October 16, 2019

Communications networks that railway operators have depended on for decades are quickly becoming obsolete and increasingily difficult to maintain and/or replace.

Fla.'s HART unveils new driver safety shields

Security and Safety | October 15, 2019

During an event, a HART bus operator, CEO Ben Limmer, Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister, and ATU representatives took the inaugural ride.

Bus| October 15, 2019

C-TRAN focuses on core areas to boost service, operations

The agency was named APTA’s 2019 national mid-sized Transit System of the Year for agencies with ridership between four million and 20 million trips per year.

Zero Emissions| October 4, 2019

MCI debuts D45 CRTe CHARGE battery-electric model at Calif. event

Operators also had the chance to test ride the latest J-Series models, which now includes the 45-foot J4500 and the smaller 35-foot J3500.

Rail| October 2, 2019

MBTA to add 80 bi-level coaches for commuter rail

Will replace single-level coaches, address an immediate need for vehicles, and provide a more efficient way to add capacity.

Motorcoach| October 1, 2019

FMCSA opens CDL drug, alcohol clearinghouse registration

Registration is required to be able to access the clearinghouse once it is fully implemented on Jan. 6, 2020.

Technology| September 20, 2019

Transport for London to test 5 new bus fleet safety innovations

The challenge pairs bus operators with innovative developers to come up with solutions to road danger that could complement TfL's Bus Safety Standard.

Management & Operations| September 20, 2019

HDR names East Region rail, transit lead

Located in Pittsburgh, Nugent Laing will provide leadership in all aspects of planning, design, and implementation of core technical systems needed for projects

Security and Safety | September 19, 2019

To help prevent bus driver burnout, give passenger-interaction training

Training and education on interacting with vulnerable populations, would improve both the operator and the passenger experience.

 

September 17, 2019

Delivering 'clear, consistent message' during bus operator training key

Until this is the norm, confusion, frustration, and discouragement will set in and compromise the best efforts of a new candidate.

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