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On International Women's Day 2022, experts from WMCA and TfWM have published 13 key recommendations to make the UK transport network safer for women and girls.
The Go-Ahead Group is continuing the expansion of its bus business in Ireland by looking to recruit 180 new members of staff to meet the requirements of the implementation of the new BusConnects network redesign in Dublin.
In collaboration with a group of partner banks, Keolis Group has secured a €600 million loan to deliver on its sustainable development commitments, in line with its corporate social responsibility strategy.
Working towards increased safety for all road users by combining cameras and high-definition screens in place of rear-view mirrors, STM will test its new rear-view cameras on two buses for a one-year period.
As part of the new partnership, Transdev USA will be responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Central Ohio Transit Authority's 73 paratransit and on-demand transit vehicles.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority partners with local food banks and officers from the MTA Police Department to deliver 3,947 pounds in donations from its employee-driven food drive campaign.
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.
The CTA’s decision has proved controversial among some transit unions, but the authority has insisted it does not want to fire anyone.
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.
After welcoming its first team of female metro train drivers in January 2021, Moscow Metro has announced that its second team of female drivers are currently undertaking the necessary training.
Tamara Eelsing, Diversity and Inclusion Manager at STIB, the public transport operator in Brussels, Belgium explains how the Diversity and Inclusion Working Group she heads at UITP, is proud to be doing its part on challenging the gender imbalance in leadership.