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Transit Security Training Tools
A link to FTA's Transit Security Training Tools including training videos and documents.
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Improving Safety-Related Rules Compliance in the Public Transportation Industry (TCRP Report 149) - Webinar
The critical importance of safety to the public transportation industry makes compliance with safety-related rules a key concern. Despite the industry’s solid safety record, one major accident stemming from rule noncompliance can call into question the safety of the entire industry. While APTA’s adoption of a voluntary standard for rule compliance in 2004 is an important step, more remains to be done.

This webinar provided an overview of TCRP Report 149: Improving Safety-Related Rules Compliance in the Public Transportation Industry. The report was developed as a resource for improving safety-related rule compliance in the public transportation industry. Transit agencies should view the practices as ideas for consideration when looking for ways to improve an existing rules compliance program or when designing a program for a new operation.

Presenters for this webinar were:

Judith Gertler, Consultant, formerly Senior Engineering Manager, QinetiQ North America
Amanda DiFiore Principal Human Factors Engineer, QinetiQ North America

Target Audience

This report will be of interest to public transit professionals who play a role in a transit agency’s rules compliance program, including the safety director, rules program officials, training director, or supervisors involved in daily oversight of transit operations and maintenance.


Length:
90 minutes

Fee:
$0.00

Telephone:
848.932.6047

Email:
fconti@nti.rutgers.edu
Modified: 4/29/2015 9:35 AM
FTA's Emergency Preparedness Guide
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FTA Bus Safety Web site
Originally the Bus Safety web site, this site allows users to register and gain access to safety information, resources and peer documents to develop and maintain safety plans.
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FTA Safety Management Systems (SMS) Framework
Follow the link to FTA's guidance on developing, implementing and maintaining Safety Management Systems (SMS) required by MAP-21 and FAST Act.
Modified: 7/6/2016 10:09 AM
FTA Bus Safety Program & SMS for small agencies Webinar
This webinar provides participants with an understanding of Safety Management Systems (SMS) and the impact of this change in culture on all transit employees and riders.
Modified: 3/18/2016 11:30 AM
Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Manual (3rd Edition), Webinar 1: Overview
Overview: This webinar (the first in a series of six) provided an overview of the contents of the Transit Capacity and Quality of Service Manual (TCQSM) and how the material can be applied to a variety of transit and transportation planning, operations, and design applications. The webinar covered:

The manual’s purpose, audience, and potential applications
Key concepts used throughout the manual, including transit capacity, speed, reliability, and quality of service concepts
Contents of each chapter, with a particular focus on Chapters 2 and 3 (mode, service, and operations concepts), which will not be covered by other webinars in the series.
This webinar helped participants identify which portions of the manual and its companion material (e.g., computational spreadsheets) are most relevant to their work. Other webinars in the series covered individual capacity and quality of service chapters in depth.

The presenter for this webinar was:

Paul Ryus, Principal Engineer, Kittelson & Associates
 

Audience: This webinar is targeted at a wide variety of practitioners involved in transit and transportation planning, including transit planners, transportation planners, traffic engineers, transit operations personnel, design engineers, management personnel, and university students.


Length:
59 min

Fee:
$0.00

Telephone:
848.932.6592

Email:
gstern@nti.rutgers.edu
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Accident Report
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