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Vol. 48, No. 2
Publisher Emily Guill
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Executive Editor Mischa Wanek-Libman
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Associate Editor Megan Perrero
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Contributors Tom Shook, Ryan Bauman, Daisy Wall,
Aruthur Schurr
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People & Places
The lastest industry and
people news and updates
Editor's Notebook
Jolting awareness
into rail crossing safety
In Focus: Fare Collection
Best Practices
Zero-emissions bus
planning - how do
we get it right?
Inside Sales Representative Jesse Gonzalez
(224) 303-0611 |
List Rentals Representatives InfoGroup
Michael Costantino
(402) 836.6266 |
Kevin Collopy
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Production Manager LuAnn Hausz
Art Director Erin Brown
Audience Development Manager Debbie Dumke
OP-ED: We have the funds - now
let's get real about ending
car dependency
▶ State and local leaders must spend
infrastructure funds wisely to turn the
corner toward a clean transportation
Travel Journal: My trip to the
top of the world in Dubai
▶ My biggest lesson was how taxi cabs
are effectively used as an integral part
of the public transport network in
Dubai, transporting more passengers
than the public bus system.
Advertiser's Index
ACT Expo (Advanced Clean
Transportation) ..........................3
BendPak ...................................... 11
Graffiti Shield, Inc. ................... 26
Hometown Manufacturing ......2
Nat'l Railroad Construction/
Maint Assoc (NRC)..................... 7
Noble Pine Products ................ 31
ORX Rail .................................... 36
Wheel Rail Seminars ...............23
On-demand mobility service
BCGo proves its value in
first year of operation
▶ BCGo has changed the perception
of and increased the adoption
of public transportation in Calhoun
County, Mich.
Two projects make progress
in FTA's CIG program
▶ MARTA's Clayton Southlake BRT,
L.A. Metro's West Santa Ana Transit
Corridor project advance into the
project development phase.
CEO Chris Ferrell
President June Griffin
CFO Mark Zadell
COO Patrick Rains
Chief Administrative and Legal Officer Tracy Kane
EVP Healthcare & City Services Amy Mularski
EVP Special Projects Kristine Russell
EVP Marketing Solutions & Data Jacquie Niemiec
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of March_2022

Editor’s Notebook
People & Places
Riders are Coming Back but Where are the Drivers?
Turning a BRT Line into a Successful Network
Capital Programs Strike Steady Pace
How the Village of Bedford Park and Uber Connect People to Jobs
Sound Transit Driving Consensus Against All Odds
Best Practices
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March_2022 - Editor’s Notebook
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March_2022 - People & Places
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March_2022 - Riders are Coming Back but Where are the Drivers?
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March_2022 - Turning a BRT Line into a Successful Network
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March_2022 - Capital Programs Strike Steady Pace
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March_2022 - How the Village of Bedford Park and Uber Connect People to Jobs
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March_2022 - Sound Transit Driving Consensus Against All Odds
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March_2022 - Products
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March_2022 - Best Practices
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