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Officials at the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada are reviewing safety procedures after a shooting on a Las Vegas bus last month.
ICYMI (all-Canada edition): GPS leads motorist into TTC tunnel, Calgary Transit may ban headphones, and T3 Transit will install cameras on buses.
A workplace lawsuit filed against NCTD alleges that male code enforcement officers used security cameras to spy on passengers at a rail station.
A Philadelphia tourist got her family’s passports back after SEPTA Transit Police tweeted out an amnesty offer to the suspected thief.
An audit identified multiple security lapses at the facility where MBTA workers count nearly $200 million a year.
NJ TRANSIT has stopped conducting audio surveillance on light rail trains after critics raised privacy concerns.
Bay Area Rapid Transit police have installed automated license plate readers at a park-and-ride lots in order to fight property crime.
ICYMI: MBTA CTO wants to improve how the authority crunches data, TransitScreen raises seed capital, and NJ TRANSIT riders are object to audio recordings.
The Maryland state senate gave preliminary approval Wednesday to a bill that would limit when transit agencies could record passenger conversations.