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Local officials are considering a plan to let deputies ride Metro Transit (WI) buses as part of a campaign to crack down on distracted driving.
Winniipeg police are accessing travel information from Winnipeg Transit peggo card users to support investigations but advocates raise privacy concerns.
ICYMI: Sacramento enhances station security, NYC councilor wants NYPD to release stats on fare evasion enforcement, and MTA launches digital library.
The Bay Area Rapid Transit (CA) Police Department is now sharing reports of Part 1 crimes with the website CrimeMapping.com.
Privacy advocates are questioning Metrolinx’s (ON) practice of sharing user travel information with police.
Officials at the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada are reviewing safety procedures after a shooting on a Las Vegas bus last month.
BART directors are reconsidering a proposal to designate BART a “sanctuary” transit system out of concern that the move might jeopardize federal funds.
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