A freight railroad asked Congress to fund the efforts of passenger railroads to implement positive train control.
How technology can improve transit safety and security
Some stories you may have missed: MBTA unveils commuter rail weather alerts, BART may become a sanctuary transit system, and Arlington County nixes gondola.
It’s not exactly transit, but the Arizona Department of Transportation is asking people to submit creative safety messages for highway signs.
A new regulation will require ride-hailing services to share additional trip data with New York City officials.
Pierce Transit (WA) received $1.66 million in federal funding to install collision-avoidance and emergency-braking technology on its buses.
Los Angeles Metro (CA) announced a 24/7 hotline to provide counseling to transit riders who have experienced unwanted sexual contact.
ICYMI: MTA WiFi and cell coverage is ahead of schedule, SFMTA receives USDOT grant for safer systems, and TTC calls online store a success.
The Toronto Transit Commission (ON) may install cameras on streetcars to catch drivers who don’t stop when the doors are open.
The NTSB is asking technology and delivery companies to add 200,000 grade crossings into digital maps.
A workplace lawsuit filed against NCTD alleges that male code enforcement officers used security cameras to spy on passengers at a rail station.