Journal of Public Transportation Article in Volume 17, Issue 3 (2014) by Michael Litschi, Peter J. Haas. In the mid-2000s, public transit agencies began testing onboard video feedback systems on buses, which capture short video clips when triggered by an unusual event such as hard braking, a sharp turn, or impact with an object. The.. read more →

Prior to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 the United State’s transit systems did a fairly successful job of safely and securely protecting their facilities and passengers.  Up until this time, public transportation security issues mainly dealt with unruly passengers, fare evasion, vandalism, trespassing, and theft.  Most recently, and especially since the public transit.. read more →