When it comes to most of the hot topics, the resounding themes are that the industry needs some certainty to better run transit in the U.S. and its going to require everyone's involvement to get there.
There’s a lot of buzz at the American Public Transportation Association Legislative Conference this year and it’s not all about President Obama’s proposal to fund projects for the next couple of years.
Overall, the MAP-21 legislation recognizes the importance of modernizing our nation’s transit infrastructure in an era of ever more limited resources and encourages the embrace of technology and innovation to bring our transit systems into the next...
The US High Speed Rail Association's High Speed Rail Summit last week in Washington, D.C., brought together leaders in industry and government for high level conversations on advancing high-speed rail in America. Conference attendees got to participate...
A vampire ball in New Orleans and sea turtle rehabilitation aren't normally things I think of when I think of public transportation, but they forever will be after listening to National Geographic Contributor Andrew Evans.
Implementation of high-speed rail will have to be done in small steps. While high-speed rail in Europe has successfully linked neighboring countries, connecting the large mega regions in the United States will take time and money.
With the annual meeting coming to a close in Chicago, transit leaders are going back to their communities with new ideas, new perspectives and glimpses at new products to take their fleets to the next level and provide better customer service.
By leveraging new software and technologies to help bolster current, physical infrastructure, it's helping to create a competitive advantage in the 21st century global market and to increase economic growth in America’s cities.