InnoTrans provides a global view at what is going on in today's rail industry.
Transportation accounts for 20 percent of the world’s energy consumption, leaving the transportation industry under increased pressure to operate more efficiently with fewer resources, while still having to meet the growing demand.
Millenials are proving to follow this trend of pursuing public transit options and in doing so, make it vital to metro areas to attract and keep them by means efficiency.
InnoTrans 2014 provides an impetus, connecting markets and featuring the global rail industry’s world premieres.
The latest automatic transmissions and low-floor axles for transit buses offer up some smooth, quiet bus rides that provide increased fuel efficiencies and lower emissions.
RTD has worked extensively over the past year to conceptualize and deploy a comprehensive mobile video surveillance.
The APTA 2014 Bus & Paratransit Conference had attendees talking about how to get money and how to get millennials on their systems.
The proliferation of Web-enabled devices throughout all industries is quickly moving from concept to reality, producing a massive amount of data.
By deploying advanced analytics and "smart technologies," pioneering cities are demonstrating how to make mass transit more appealing and roadways less congested.
At the 2014, Digital Signage Expo, companies are searching for new markets in mass transit thanks to technology that brings new depth to customer engangement.
With the 2014 Digital Signage Expo officially underway in Las Vegas, attendees are seeing the latest technology the industry is offering clients and views of new products of what’s to come by the end of the year.
SWTA Annual Conference highlights best practices of the region that improve service, increase efficiencies and save money.
Founder of the E-ZPass Interagency Group and former CFO of MTA Bridges and Tunnels, Larry Yermack looks back.