Topic : safety

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FRA launches web portal for public to report blocked railroad crossings

Security and Safety | December 30, 2019

The agency expects it will take an average of three minutes for users to complete the report.

Portland extends e-scooter pilot program

Mobility| December 23, 2019

The extension will provide more time to thoroughly study the impacts of e-scooters and how e-scooters should continue to be allowed in Portland.

Motorcoach| December 23, 2019

ABA partners to provide members with safety, compliance services

CDL Consultant can provide transportation companies support for the full spectrum of safety needs through their Citation Services, CDL Manager, CSA Watch, and DOT Audit Assistance programs.

Motorcoach| December 23, 2019

Proposed bill would 'stem flow' of passenger carrier regulations

The bill addresses a myriad of reforms, from amending the mission statement of the FMCSA to insurance requirement reforms to fair treatment when assessing corrective actions.

Security and Safety | December 23, 2019

London testing electric bus sounds to improve road safety

When travelling above 12 mph, the bus will make enough noise that an alert is unnecessary.

Motorcoach| December 20, 2019

Tenn.'s Premier Transportation joins the IMG network

The operation has over 50 luxury motorcoaches and serves three major markets in East Tennessee — Knoxville, Greeneville, and Chattanooga.

Management & Operations| December 20, 2019

TTC budget adds 128K hours of service, boosts revenue protection measures

Service enhancements include hiring 121 operators to increase service on 25 surface routes across the city.

Security and Safety | December 16, 2019

Metro-North, LIRR to screen employees in 'safety-sensitive' areas

NTSB recommendations developed from investigation into five accidents that killed six people and injured 126 more.

Motorcoach| December 13, 2019

Village Travel joins the IMG network

The move gives the group an expanded presence in key areas throughout Kansas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri.

Accessibility| December 12, 2019

Detectable Warning Systems releases new ADA-compliant products

The offerings provide advanced rigid composite material solutions with “tactile cues” for either cast-in-place or surface applied construction and safety applications.

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