Transit in the News— August 14, 2015

Transit in the News— August 14, 2015

A weekly section about transit making headlines around the globe. Have an article you want to share?
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Washington Metro boosts video surveillance on buses to fight assaults on drivers.

Quick thinking MBTA worker hailed as hero for using bus to slow car with unconscious driver.

Dump truck crashes and dangles from 1-80 bridge over NJ transit Line.

New transit world coming with Compass Card.

Entrepreneurs want to build transit pods to ease traffic .

Amazon looks to mass transit for package pickup.

Halifax transit bus to become a weekly mobile food market.

Calgary transit worker rescues escaped lovebird.

Trip times a deterrent to public transit.

Federal administration seeks new mass transit safety role.

MGM National Harbour changes stance on transit; will allow Metro buses on site.

GO Transit Delays: Daystarter Traffic.

Calgary Transit riders sweltering in hot Ctrain cars pumping in heat during heat wave.

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Author: Sarah Kertcher