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Keolis to operate RTC of Washoe County's bus services

Management & Operations| April 17, 2019

The fixed-route bus network serves over seven million annual passengers, including over 20,000-weekday riders.

St. Cloud Metro names new COO

Management & Operations| April 9, 2019

Dave Green has over 19 years of experience in various management and leadership roles in the public and private sector.

March 26, 2019

'Going to School' to Cultivate the Next Generation of Transit Employees

To help mitigate the effects of a potential workforce shortage, SEPTA is taking its recruitment efforts to the next generation, reaching out to students about careers in transportation.

Management & Operations| February 28, 2019

Transdev promotes Augustine, names new GM for New Orleans contract

Daryll Simpson was approved by the board as the agency's new GM, whiel Augustine will transition to sr. VP, infrastructure and supply chain.

Management & Operations| February 18, 2019

Q&A with APTA's Paul P. Skoutelas

METRO spoke with Skoutelas to get his thoughts on the government shutdown, his agenda, and his most memorable ride on public transit.

Management & Operations| February 14, 2019

Study explores how to attract, retain women in transportation industry

Women accounted for less than 15% of the total transportation workforce in 2017, according to data.

Management & Operations| December 4, 2018

VTA Fills Vacant Positions by 'Growing Their Own'

Six new Overhead Line workers just graduated from a two-year apprenticeship program with flying colors.  

Management & Operations| November 30, 2018

Trinity Metro CEO Ballard to retire in April 2019

He began his career as a brakeman and trainman on the Boston and Maine Railroad, and he was a bus operator.

Management & Operations| November 16, 2018

Key Steps to Finding a New Public Transit CEO

While the basic requirements essentially remain the same, the changing face of public transportation’s role in communities is having an impact on transit boards when they are searching for a new leader.

Management & Operations| November 7, 2018

NJ TRANSIT engineer recruitment effort gets overwhelming response

The agency has also increased the number of engineer training classes from one or two per year to four per year.

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