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CCW to install TriMet driver protection system units

Bus| April 16, 2019

Will allow drivers to feel confident in driving their route while still being able to connect and interact with their passengers.

Senators threaten to withhold WMATA funds if it selects Chinese railcars

Rail| April 15, 2019

CRRC is actively pursuing a WMATA contract likely to exceed $1 billion to build up to 800 of its new 8000-series railcars.

Security and Safety | April 15, 2019

Metra launches 'COPS' safety mobile app

The app automatically disables the user’s smartphone flash to ensure discretion, and reports can be made anonymously.

Security and Safety | April 9, 2019

SacRT among agencies recognized with TSA's Gold Standard Award

The recognition goes to agencies that achieve top scores during an annual review of 17 categories.

Technology| April 9, 2019

U.S. DOT names safety visualization challenge finalists

Seeks innovative analytical visualization tools that can improve safety on the nation’s road and rail systems.

Security and Safety | April 8, 2019

Chicago completes surveillance camera upgrade on rail system

In total, 660 existing cameras were upgraded and 340 cameras were added.

Security and Safety | April 4, 2019

SAE International, Ford, GM, and Toyota partner to address AV safety

Consortium will leverage expertise to establish a set of AV safety guiding principles to help inform standards development.

Bus| March 28, 2019

'Bus Only' traffic signals coming to 6 D.C. intersections

The technology, known as "queue jump," is part of a package of improvements designed to speed bus trips and keep service on time.

Motorcoach| March 21, 2019

UMA offers support for operators in flooded midwestern communities

Heavy rains have led to declarations of emergencies in South Dakota, Nebraska, and Wisconsin and a disaster proclamation in Iowa.

Management & Operations| March 20, 2019

Metro Transit to improve quality of service, safety on rail systems

Includes adding technology to make riding the bus more reliable and adding new bus routes, which will cost about $1.5 million.

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