Topic : video surveillance

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NY MTA mounted-camera program begins issuing bus lane violations

Management & Operations| December 9, 2019

Since camera enforcement on the M15 began, there have been improvements in bus speeds on First and Second Avenues.

Metra approves $15M onboard surveillance camera contract

Security and Safety | November 11, 2019

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

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.

Bus| November 1, 2019

New York City Transit expands bus lane enforcement program

ABLE forward-facing cameras captures evidence of vehicles obstructing bus lanes to document bus lane violations.

Management & Operations| October 3, 2019

NYCT announces graduated fines for bus lane violations

Violations will be captured using a new automated bus-mounted camera system.

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.

Bus| March 26, 2019

NY MTA to install cameras on buses for bus lane traffic enforcement

The $6.2M contract, awarded to Siemens Mobility Inc., includes purchase, installation, and warranty of cameras and computers.

Security and Safety | February 8, 2019

Metrolinx sharing smart card data without warrant despite concerns

In 22 instances related to law enforcement investigations or suspected offenses the agency divulged card users’ information.

Security and Safety | January 25, 2019

BC Transit expands CCTV camera implementation

Overall, 373 medium- and heavy-duty buses have had cameras installed as part of a project supported by the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund.

Security and Safety | October 31, 2018

China screening subway riders with facial recognition technology

Passengers are required to link their identification to their photos using a mobile phone application or station kiosk.

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