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In 1922, the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), predecessor agency of the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), issued the first order under the Transportation Act of 1920 to require 49 railroads to install either a train stop or train control...
Private enterprise involvement in public transit declined precipitously after WW2. Despite efforts by Congress and the FTA to re-engage the private sector during the 1980s and early-90s, fixed-route service is typically owned and operated by public...
A CEO roundtable on transit and the environment in Toronto focuses on the benefits of public transportation.
Running a transit agency is always a struggle; Brian Lamb probably knows this better than most.
What do you do as a system executive to create good relations between you and your employees?
America’s holidays all have strong images associated with them like Santa at Christmas, a shamrock on St. Patrick’s Day, a heart for Valentine’s Day, ghosts and goblins for Halloween, fireworks on the Fourth of July, and transit buses and trains for...
Transportation helped shape this great nation. From the earliest days, the farm-to-market road sustained the agricultural economy. As the country grew, toll roads, canals, steamships and railroads opened up vast areas to settlement, creating communities...