Category Archives: Transit Safety

D.C. Faces Challenges in Providing Paratransit Options

Washington D.C.’s transit system is robust and busy. Its six rapid transit rail lines (Metrorail), 300 bus routes (Metrobus) and 600-vehicle paratransit fleet (MetroAccess) reach far into the suburbs. Metrorail alone saw an average of 712,843 weekday passenger boardings in … Continue reading

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Private Charter Tips: Choosing Your Motorcoach Operator

Shopping for a motorcoach operator is not a simple task. Clearly, you want a company that’s going to get the job done, and at a competitive price. But what should tour group organizers prioritize when vetting private charter vendors? Is … Continue reading

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How Can Transit Agencies Create a “New Transit Safety Narrative”?

The real risks related to public transit safety are quite low. However, many people still associate public buses and trains with danger, and these perceptions can reduce their likelihood of using transit. Some researchers, including Todd Litman of the Victoria … Continue reading

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