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FTA makes $11M available for innovation in transit

Government Issues| March 23, 2020

The AIM challenge grants will help transit agencies explore new service models that provide more efficient and frequent service, which will help retain riders.

Virus that causes COVID-19 stable for hours on surfaces, study says

Security and Safety | March 20, 2020

Suggests that people may acquire the virus through the air and after touching contaminated objects.

Motorcoach| March 20, 2020

ABA's Pantuso urges motorcoach industry to contact Congress today!

In a letter, the president and CEO touched on the urgency of the call with Congress set to tackle the third bill to address impact of COVID-19 on the country.

Bus| March 20, 2020

CTAA letter urges Congress to include public transit in COVID-19 relief

The rural, small city, specialized, and NEMT operators are experiencing unprecedented challenges in the wake of COVID-19.

Management & Operations| March 20, 2020

Ground transportation groups request $12B for essential infrastructure

Develops eight-point plan for saving taxis, liveries, rideshare, buses, shuttles, paratransit, and non-emergency medical trips.

Motorcoach| March 19, 2020

UMA forum focuses on ways to help operators during COVID-19

President/CEO Larry Killingsworth and a panel of guests tried to assure operators as well as offer some necessary advice during this difficult time.

Government Issues| March 19, 2020

Public transit industry seeks $16 billion in emergency federal funding

Urging Congress to act to offset the extraordinary direct costs and revenue losses caused by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Security and Safety | March 19, 2020

Making public transit safer during COVID-19 outbreak

In a blog, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine L. Chao discusses resources available to public transit during COVID-19 pandemic.

Security and Safety | March 19, 2020

Mineta Institute unveils new report on terrorism on transit

As witnessed in several separate incidents, some terrorists have adopted vehicle ramming as an attack method

Management & Operations| March 19, 2020

RTD estimates its ridership has dropped 60% due to COVID-19

The agency is working to quantify the effects the pandemic is having on its ridership and solidify actual ridership figures.

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