Improving Safety-Related Rules Compliance in the Public Transportation Industry
planning - safety/accidents, place - north america, organisation - governance, mode - mass transit
Best practices, Compliance, Public transit, Regulations, Safety, Transit operating agencies
This 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. 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.
Permission to publish the abstract has been given by TRB, copyright remains with them.
Gertler, J., FiFiore, A., Hadlow, G., Lindsey, A., & Meenes, R. (2011). Improving Safety-Related Rules Compliance in the Public Transportation Industry. Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Report 149. Published by Transportation Research Board, Washington.