Officials at the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada are reviewing safety procedures after a shooting on a Las Vegas bus last month.
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BART directors are reconsidering a proposal to designate BART a “sanctuary” transit system out of concern that the move might jeopardize federal funds.
Some stories you may have missed: MBTA unveils commuter rail weather alerts, BART may become a sanctuary transit system, and Arlington County nixes gondola.
ICYMI: Sacramento launches security app, commission says Sound Transit didn’t break law by sharing email addresses, and Transit app introduces new features.
AC Transit (CA) released a smart phone security application, but Bay Area civil rights groups have raised concerns about privacy and racial profiling.
A Philadelphia tourist got her family’s passports back after SEPTA Transit Police tweeted out an amnesty offer to the suspected thief.
ICYMI: TTC to develop mobile safety app, Hyperloop One founders are embroiled in lawsuit, and Columbus will skip light rail in favor of driverless cars.
Transport for London officials are in preliminary talks with vendors to bring mobile coverage to the Tube network for customers, according to The Telegraph.
Some stories you may have missed: Cape Cod teams with Uber, researchers say new mobility will benefit transit, and India installs panic buttons on buses.
Bay Area Rapid Transit police have installed automated license plate readers at a park-and-ride lots in order to fight property crime.