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3 Ways to Increase Passenger Safety, Experience & Ridership
Transit Systems: Allowing and optimizing advertising programs

Transit Systems: Allowing and optimizing advertising programs

Transit systems are facing shrinking budgets and rising costs. Many are looking for different ways to raise revenue. An option is either to create or optimize revenue from an advertising program (allowing interior, exterior, shelter or transit book advertising).

November 18, 2013

Mobile Surveillance Systems Improve Customization, Integration Options

Mobile Surveillance Systems Improve Customization, Integration Options

Innovations in mobile surveillance technology have led to higher-quality video and a wider range of options for fleet operations. High-definition video gives transit agencies detailed footage of incidents, and improvements in memory and storage have made it much more cost-effective for operations to use these solutions.

September 22, 2016

7 Key Considerations for Your Fleet Procurement Process

7 Key Considerations for Your Fleet Procurement Process

Fleet procurement comes with a set of challenges, many of which are unique to public-sector spending. The money that public transit systems spend belongs, in large part, to the taxpayers and the lead in any purchase process is accountable to them as well as other internal and external stakeholders.

June 14, 2016

Hazard Analysis: The Practice of Using Cell Phones While Operating a Transit Vehicle

Hazard Analysis: The Practice of Using Cell Phones While Operating a Transit Vehicle

The purpose of this white paper is to analyze the hazard of cell phone use while operating a transit vehicle, by examining system safety principles, available information in the public domain, recent transit incidents and policies. By Michael J. Conlon, Director of Rail and Bus Safety, Metro Transit.

January 4, 2011

Performance Beyond Words: Are Employees Most Important?

Performance Beyond Words: Are Employees Most Important?

This paper will focus on the creation of a strategic intent that involves our employees and how the words alone don't solve our industry's people and performance initiatives. Moreover, it will demonstrate that the motivational elements our transit industry must endure - are directly in front of us - namely our workers.

August 10, 2010

Making a World-Class Transit System a Reality

Making a World-Class Transit System a Reality

Leaders in the transportation industry have long recognized that success depends on how well one can communicate their vision into a reality. Managing a multi-million dollar public transit operation is a serious venture. Many leaders underestimate the importance of designing an organization's future. Detailed planning and seamless communication is essential to reaching a vision. Having a goal to be world-class is hard work.

August 10, 2010

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