In response to recent crew shortage challenges and a hiring freeze as a result of the pandemic, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority has welcomed 45 new New York City Transit bus drivers.
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Stagecoach is now more than halfway to reaching the goal of five per cent of employees in ‘earn and learn’ positions, with a total of 790 employees currently in apprenticeship roles.
First Bus has partnered with Cheshire's Reaseheath College to establish the UK’s first Bus and Coach Engineering Academy to train engineers on zero-emission buses and address existing skills gaps.
From 27 November 2021, Transport for London's Night Tube services on the Central and Victoria lines will resume service on Fridays and Saturdays.
Jane Lupson, Senior Bus Safety Manager at Transport for London, has been pivotal in the development of and culture shift around bus safety in the UK capital city. As her time with TfL comes to an end after 15 years, she sat down with Intelligent Transport’s Leah Hockley to reflect…
Under the new programme, unvaccinated MTA employees will be required to test weekly, and new hires from 14 November 2021 will be required to be fully vaccinated.
As one of Europe’s leading public transport operators, Arriva Group has seen first-hand how the pandemic has influenced new trends and travel behaviours for users of public transport. To get closer to this, and to understand the opportunities for the sector, Arriva has conducted passenger research in six of its…
In this issue of Intelligent Transport, we feature exclusive content from leading industry experts discussing: why integrated transport is essential to post-COVID-19 recovery; how the industry is ensuring that public transport is accessible to all; the role of micro-mobility in MaaS; and much more.
Siu Ling Ko becomes the first woman to hold the role, having started her career at NYC Transit several decades ago as an Associate Engineering Technician.
Metrolink drivers will strike over what Unite the union has called a “pitiful” pay rise offer from operator Keolis Amey Metrolink, with industrial action set to disrupt major sporting events.
The CTA’s decision has proved controversial among some transit unions, but the authority has insisted it does not want to fire anyone.
Annicaro has worked within the bus sector for nearly two decades and will now oversee the U.S’ biggest fleet of municipal buses in its biggest city.
With population growth comes the need to satisfy travellers who want to go anywhere, anytime and as cheaply as possible. Cities can solve this dilemma by using contactless EMV transport payments, as Guatemala City has recently done.
Watch Manjit Sooch from AC Transit and Ben Lykins from Swiftly Inc. discuss the importance of streamlined data, as well as how data alignment supports downstream outcomes and how monthly OTP driver reports can offer better support for newer operators.