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NJ TRANSIT advocate to aid employees who have been assaulted

Security and Safety | July 11, 2019

Newly hired attorney's role includes reviewing victims cases and helping them understand their legal rights.

S.F.'s Salesforce Transit Center re-opens after 9-month closure

Security and Safety | July 2, 2019

Hub was temporarily closed last September as a precaution after fissures were found in two beams on a third level bus deck.

Motorcoach| July 2, 2019

How to Manage the Scene of a Motorcoach Accident or Crisis

By having a crisis/accident management plan in place and properly training your drivers in executing it, you can help keep them safe, and protect your passengers and your company’s reputation.

Security and Safety | June 27, 2019

PSTA board approves funding for driver safety barriers on entire bus fleet

The safety upgrades come after HART bus driver Thomas Dunn was stabbed and killed on the job by a passenger on May 18 in Tampa.

Rail| June 26, 2019

3 spatial tools to help you maintain your wayside PTC assets

With thousands of pieces of new infrastructure, railroads are asking: How are we going to manage all these safety-critical PTC assets?

Security and Safety | June 26, 2019

All San Francisco Muni LRV4 doors, two-car trains back in service

Between November 2017 and April 2019, there were three incidents that involved the rear-door that resulted in a passenger injury.

Rail| June 25, 2019

Final report on Wash. Amtrak derailment urges 'System Safety' plan

In all, the NTSB issued 26 new safety recommendations and reiterated three existing safety recommendations in the report.

Technology| June 19, 2019

Port Authority of Alleghany continues partnership with Connectpoint

Comes after the Digital Bus Stop displays prove to be succesful in carrying out the mission to improve rider experience. 

Accessibility| June 14, 2019

Q'Straint acquires Adapt Solutions

Headquartered just outside Quebec City, the company manufactures wheelchair accessible automotive turning seats and lifting devices.

Security and Safety | June 14, 2019

HART, union agree to add driver safety barriers

The agency allocated $1 million toward the project with each installed barrier estimated to cost $5,000.

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