Some stories you may have missed last week: DART launches safety and security app, UTA has a Facebook moment, and Transit app closes funding round.
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The Toronto Transit Commission launched a public information campaign and mobile safety app to fight harassment and enhance public safety.
NJ Transit’s police officers are now equipped with body cameras to wear while they are on patrol.
The Sacramento Regional Transit District is using the public address system to reprimand scofflaws at its light rail stations, and people are listening.
This week, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (CA) tested a passenger screening system designed to detect guns and explosives.
SEPTA launched a mobile application that enables riders to discreetly report safety or security issues to transit police.
Privacy advocates question TransLink’s practice of sharing Compass Card traveler data with police.
The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (GA) police department arrested 538 people for fare evasion during a recent six-week crackdown.
The MTA is reassigning the retired police officers who fight fare evasion from local routes to the 12 Select Bus Service BRT routes.
Two members of the Bay Area Rapid Transit (CA) board of directors are criticizing the agency for not sharing information about recent crimes on the system.