Media Coverage

MTI’s expertise in surface transportation topics has brought the organization a great deal of media coverage. This list represents a sample that includes print and broadcast stories.

Date Title Media Outlet
01/22/2019 5 numbers that surprised us at TRB 2019 Medium
01/16/2019 Transit Systems Must Address Women's Safety Concerns Streetsblog
01/16/2019 Transit Systems Must Address Women's Safety Concerns NYC epeak
01/15/2019 VTA chief receives 'Lifetime Achievement Award' from university group Metro Magazine
01/15/2019 Despite overall boom in L.A. telecommuters, South Bay employees still not working remotely. Daily Breeze
01/09/2019 What Would You Pay To Drive During Honolulu’s Rush Hour? Honolulu Civil Beat
12/30/2018 'See Something, Say Something' Seems to Work
12/21/2018 Allied Telesis: Delivering Secure and Reliable, Next-Generation IoT & SDN-Ready Networks Insightful Success
12/18/2018 This Way to Better Roads CSU News
12/17/2018 MTI examines effectiveness of 'See Something, Say Something' programs Homeland Preparedness News
12/14/2018 Rail Awareness Daily Analytic Report (RADAR) Association of American Railroads
12/13/2018 Graves on board with VMT pilot push Politico Pro
12/12/2018 New report examines if 'See Something, Say Something' is working Metro Magazine
12/12/2018 Are You Saying Something When You See Something? MassTransit Magazine
12/03/2018 After the Camp fire, we discuss how evacuation notification and protocols can be improved KPCC
12/03/2018 Checking in on national security and counterterrorism with expert Brian Michael Jenkins KPCC
11/29/2018 Faculty and Staff Briefs: November 2018 Florida State University News
11/29/2018 Reflecting on the past to counter future terrorism Homeland Security Newswire
11/27/2018 Report studies rate of musculoskeletal pain in city bus drivers Metro
11/27/2018 Lawmakers slam GM plant closures Politico Pro
11/27/2018 Streetcars and Development: It’s Complicated Streetsblog
11/24/2018 Streetcars a driver of development? SFGate
11/24/2018 Are streetcars paving the way for urban development? A study says maybe. Washington Post
11/20/2018 Streetcar systems can impact economic development, study says Progressive Railroading
11/20/2018 Vast majority of scooters don’t block sidewalks, report finds Mobility Lab