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Metra approves $15M onboard surveillance camera contract

Security and Safety | November 11, 2019

The contract was awarded to Railhead Corporation of Burr Ridge, Ill.

REI products address Calif.'s charter-party carrier regulation

Motorcoach| November 8, 2019

The law stipulates carriers must have interior lighting fixtures that illuminate automatically in the event of a collision, rollover or impact by another vehicle or object.

Security and Safety | November 6, 2019

Collision avoidance systems, helmet usage could prevent bicyclist fatalaties, NTSB reports

Investigators identified an array of other factors in reducing crash risks, including use of adaptive headlights and limiting speeds on roads where motor vehicles share the roadway

Security and Safety | November 5, 2019

Banned surveillance cameras and how to keep your transit operation safe

To help you avoid inadvertently purchasing dangerous equipment, here are some actions you can take to ensure your next purchase of an on-board video security system is safe.

Rail| November 5, 2019

LIRR begins PTC usage on 4 more rail lines

The segment of the Montauk Branch between Babylon and Patchogue received the technology in April, and the Hempstead Branch received it in August.

Security and Safety | October 29, 2019

NJ TRANSIT expands de-escalation training for frontline employees

Training will be more robust and help to reduce assaults on bus operators, conductors, police, and other personnel.

Security and Safety | October 15, 2019

Fla.'s HART unveils new driver safety shields

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

Technology| September 16, 2019

Transit tech now in national security discussions

The arguments for transit as national security policy have long ranged from energy independence that come with transit investments to transit’s role in arresting climate change.

Rail| September 11, 2019

LIRR rolls out newest fleet of railcars

The new cars incorporate and improve upon the most successful and popular features of the MTA’s two recent electric car fleets.

Security and Safety | September 11, 2019

FRA report finds PTC progress continues to be steady

As of June 30, PTC systems were in operation on approximately 50,300 (87%) of the nearly 58,000 route miles required to be equipped by Congress.

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