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Q'STRAINT's Fears announces retirement

Management & Operations| January 14, 2020

The company’s midwest regional sales manager, who served 35 years in the transportation safety industry, helped industries address their transportation safety equipment needs.

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

Management & Operations| December 20, 2019

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

Zero Emissions| December 4, 2019

ABC tech team participates in training leading to Van Hool electric bus rollout

The new Van Hool CX45E combines the Siemens modular ELFA II drivetrain system with Proterra’s industry leading E2 high power, high-density battery system.

Management & Operations| December 4, 2019

Majority of global workforce ready to shift jobs, upskill due to new tech

Germany, France, UK, Canada, and US are some notable countries where residents are less willing to spend significant time on learning.

Management & Operations| November 12, 2019

Maintenance directors tap training, data to drive success

TriMet’s Ed Bennett and Votran’s Rick Kazawitch took home this year’s Maintenance Director of the Year Awards at BusCon 2019 in Indianapolis.

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 | 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.

September 10, 2019

Amid automation trend, here's why we still need bus drivers

The driverless option will severely impact the four million commercial drivers working in the U.S., according to a 2014 Goldman Sachs report. These figures suggest the loss of 25,000 jobs per month during the height of the autonomous vehicles saturation into the industry.

Technology| August 15, 2019

JTA, partners host AV emergency training for first responders

The training comes as the JTA prepares downtown area for the U2C program, anchored by autonomous vehicles.

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