Technology is making the obstacles to riding transit a thing of the past.
One of Wisconsin's biggest companies considers a future location based on Milwaukee streetcar development plans.
Everyone in the railroad industry attempts to keep operations as safe as possible by building good equipment, operating trains safely, and properly testing and implementing new technologies.
Kirt Conrad, Executive Director, Stark Area Regional Transit Authority
In 2014, Stark Area Regional Transit Authority (SARTA) began contract services for Medicaid clients in Stark County. This was an important venture not only for the...
A change in conversation in St. Louis creates the necessary changes to make transit efficient and seen as an integral part of economic development.
Ensure you have the right parts, at the right time, in the right quantity and at the best cost.
Working with a supplier that understands the applications, environment, user of the equipment, and the nature of their usage is critical to the successful implementation of an effective and aesthetically pleasing HMI system for rail cockpit applications.
Complying with the ANSI, OSHA and PEOSH requirements ensure vehicle lifts are kept at the highest possible safety level.
As InnoTrans 2014 sets to open, industry leaders speak optimistically of the global rail transport industry.
Getting people to try transit the first time has always been a hurdle and events can offer that unique spark to draw a crowd.
Daniel Hofer, Transit Asset Administrator, Utah Transit Authority
Arnaud Gouachon, VP & Assistant General Counsel, Transdev North America Inc.
Marie Benton, Sr. Manager, Fleet Services Support, Agency, Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Henrika J. Buchanan J.D., Associate Administrator of Program Management, Federal Transit Administration
Annual DART Ridership Increases 5 Percent
Total ridership on Des Moines Area Regional Transit Authority (DART) services reached 4.7 million rides in the last fiscal year (July 1, 2013 – June 30, 2014), an increase...
An externship program launched by WTS gave edcuators and students an up-close look at what goes in to creating a new rail line.
Maybe children automatically like great big vehicles, but keeping that magic alive can spur future interests.
Merlin Maley AIA, LEED AP BD&C, NCARB, Associate Principal, Western Region Transit Director, RNL Design
Ryan Bailey, CPA, Chief Financial Officer, North County Transit District
Kristina M. Brevard, Vice President, Marketing & Communications, IT, Denton County Transportation Authority
Charles Carlson, Senior Manager, BRT Projects, Metro Transit
Hillary Foose, Director, Communication & Marketing, Valley Metro
Bridget Hennessey, Intergovernmental Affairs Officer, North County Transit District
Patrick Leclerc, Vice President, Strategic Development, Communications and Public Affairs, Canadian Urban Transit Association
Benoit Lefevre Ph.D., Director of Transport and Climate, EMBARQ, World Resources Institute (WRI)