Topics include rise in marijuana use, Drug and Alcohol Program National Conference, testing for employees with disabilities, MIS reports, drug and alcohol training schedule and more.
Efficient transport can attract economic activity to cities, and boost productivity by improving connectivity and reducing time lost to travel.
This study was conducted for APTA by Economic Development Research Group, Inc., focusing on how investment in public transportation affects the economy.
How innovative university programs are reducing driving on campus and creating new models for transportation policy.
This research project addresses two broad questions: Who are CTUs, and what distances do they travel on bicycles to access public transit? The project employed a literature review, a survey of bus operators, a survey of CTUs in Philadelphia and San...
The goal of this project was to determine the on-time performance and their statistical significance based on WMATA’s
advertised threshold and the industry standard for on-time arrivals.
This guide is meant to bridge the divide between developing and developed
countries’ experiences with bike-share.
Mineta National Transit Research Consortium reports on the impact on the customer satisfaction since the introduction of the bus circulator in 2005 in Washington, D.C.
ITDP’s report, “More Development for Your Transit Dollar: An Analysis of 21 North American Transit Corridors,” evaluates 21 surface mass transit corridors in 13 cities across the United States and Canada.
An analysis of the hybrid and electric bus markets shows the growth and impact this technology will have in the global transit market.
"Cincinnati: One Year After The Riots" was the Mass Transit cover story for April 2002, featuring then CEO and General Manager Paul Jablonski.
A hiring fair featuring opportunities for all sectors of public transportation.
Highlights from Busworld Turkey, which was held April 19 - 21 in Istanbul, Turkey, and highlights from Busworld Russia, held June 5 - 7 in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia