Articles by Ned Einstein

 “Transportation Network Companies – Even Worse than Expected.”National Bus Trader (November 2021) “Expanding the Mode Split Dividing Line, Part 1: Exponential Airline Industry Corruption.”National Bus Trader (August 2021) “Defending Contractors, Part 6: Contracting Fixed Route Transit.”National Bus Trader (August 2021) “Defending Contractors, Part 5: Lawyers and Carriers.”National Bus Trader (July 2021) “Defending Contractors, Part 4: Beware the Selection Process.”National Bus Trader (July 2021) “Defending Contractors, Part 3: The Whistleblower’s Song.” National Bus Trader (May 2021) “Defending Contractors, Part 2: The History of Contracting and Brokers.” National Bus Trader (May 2021) “Defending Contractors, Part 1: Lead Agencies and Brokers” National Bus Trader (April 2021) “What’s in Store for the Post-COVID Era Motorcoach Industry.” National Bus Trader (March 2021) “Responding to Adversity by Abandoning Support” National Bus Trader (February 2021) “COVID-19, Shenanigans and Liability Part 2: Making Money by Compromising Health” National Bus Trader (January 2021) “COVID-19, Shenanigans and Liability, Part 1: Wheelchair Securement”National Bus Trader (December 2020) “Small Efforts and Big Differences” National Bus Trader (November 2020) “Getting Students Back to School During COVID-19” School Transportation News, National Bus Trader (October 2020) “Drivers, Health and Coronavirus” National Bus Trader (September 2020) “Motorcoach Survival in the Age of COVID-19, Part 3: The End of Charter and Tour Service — For Now“ National Bus Trader (August 2020) “Transit Survival in the Age of COVID-19” National Bus Trader (July 2020) “Motorcoach Survival in the Age of COVID-19, Part 2: On the Road Again” National Bus Trader (June 2020) “Motorcoach Survival in the Age of COVID-19, Part 1: Roles and Responsibilities” National Bus Trader (May 2020). “Drivers v. Robots, Part 9 — Speed Inflation”  National Bus Trader (April 2020) “Drivers v. Robots, Part 8 — Collecting Fares, Skimming the Passengers”  National Bus Trader (March 2020) “Drivers v. Robots, Part 7 — Betrayal by Robots”  National Bus Trader (February 2020) “Drivers v. Robots, Part 6 — The Starting Five”  National Bus Trader (January 2020) “Drivers v. Robots, Part 5 — Consolidation of Demand-Responsive Services”  National Bus Trader (December 2019) “Drivers v. Robots, Part 4 — Consolidation of Fixed Route Services”  National Bus Trader (November 2019) “Drivers v. Robots, Part 3 — Defensive Driving in the Age of Entitlement”  National Bus Trader (October 2019) “Drivers v. Robots, Part 2 — The Nature of Modern Travel”  National Bus Trader (September 2019) “Drivers v. Robots, Part 1”  National Bus Trader (August 2019) “Tight Schedules, Part 6: Schoolbus Service” National Bus Trader (July 2019) “Tight Schedules, Part 5: Motorcoach Service” National Bus Trader (June 2019) “Tight Schedules, Part 4: Complementary Paratransit Service” National Bus Trader (May 2019) “Tight Schedules, Part 3: Fixed Route Transit” National Bus Trader (April, 2019) “Tight Schedules, Part 2: Lessons from the NEMT Sector”National Bus Trader (March 2019) “Tight Schedules, Part 1: The Other Achilles Heel” National Bus Trader (February 2019) “The Folly of Fake Facts, Part 2”National Bus Trader (January 2019) “The Folly of Fake Facts” National Bus Trader (December 2018) “Safety Compromises, Part 12: Conclusions” National Bus Trader (November 2018) “Safety Compromises, Part 11: Wheelchair And Passenger Securement”National Bus Trader (October 2018) “Safety Compromises, Part 10: Passenger Assistance — Standards, Practices and Disincentives” National Bus Trader (September 2018) “Safety Compromises Part 9: Rolling Turns and Sharp Turns” National Bus Trader (August 2018) “Safety Compromises Part 8: Boarding and Alighting” National Bus Trader (July 2018) “Safety Compromises, Part 7: Stopping on the Wrong Side of the Intersection” National Bus Trader (June 2018) “Safety Compromises, Part 6: Failing to Pull to the Curb.” National Bus Trader (May 2018) “Safety Compromises, Part 5 – Failing to Kneel the Bus or Coach “National Bus Trader (April 2018) “A Paradigm Shift in Motorcoach Accessibility, Part 3: The MCI D45 CRT LE Commuter Coach”National Bus Trader (March 2018) “A Paradigm Shift in Motorcoach Accessibility, Part 2: The MCI D45 CRT LE Commuter Coach”National Bus Trader (February 2018) “A Paradigm Shift in Motorcoach Accessibility, Part 1: The MCI D45 CRT LE Commuter Coach”National Bus Trader (January 2018) “Safety Compromises, Part 4: Speeding” National Bus Trader (December 2017) “Safety Compromises, Part 3: Wheelchair and Passenger Securement” National Bus Trader (November 2017) “Safety Compromises, Part 2: On-Board Slips and Falls”National Bus Trader (October 2017) “Safety Compromises: Part 1, Introduction”National Bus Trader (September 2017) “Autonomous and Inevitable, Part 9: Conclusion — The Best of Both Worlds” National Bus Trader (August 2017) “Autonomous & Inevitable, Part 8: Access and Accountability”National Bus Trader (July 2017) “Autonomous & Inevitable, Part 7 — Cameras and Sensors”National Bus Trader (May 2017) “Autonomous and Inevitable, Part 6: The Transition to Complete Autonomy”National Bus Trader (April 2017) “Autonomous and Inevitable, Part 5: The Regulatory Environment — Initial Thoughts”National Bus Trader (March 2017) “Autonomous and Inevitable, Part 4: Invasion by Mode — Large Vehicles”National Bus Trader (February 2017) “Autonomous and Inevitable, Part 3: Extraordinary Developments and Tough Choices”National Bus Trader (January 2017) “Autonomous and Inevitable, Part 2: Invasion by Mode, Small Vehicles”National Bus Trader (December 2016) “Autonomous and Inevitable, Part 1: What is to Come, and What is Already Here”National Bus Trader (October 2016) “Rounded Curbs and Limit Lines”National Bus Trader (September 2016) “Dancing in the Oncoming Lane: Long Wheelbases and Right Turns”National Bus Trader (August 2016) “The Case for Mandatory Sleep Apnea Testing, Part 3: The Need for Universal Testing and Treatment”National Bus Trader (July 2016) “The Case for Mandatory Sleep Apnea Testing, Part 2: The Weaknesses of Screening”National Bus Trader (June 2016) “The Case for Mandatory Sleep Apnea Testing.”National Bus Trader (May 2016) “The Danger Deterrent.”National Bus Trader (April 2016) “Whatever Happened to Seat Compartmentalization?”National Bus Trader (March 2016) “Bad Regulations and Worse Responses Part 7: Conclusions.” National Bus Trader (January 2016) “Bad Regulations and Worse Responses, Part 6: Industry and Association Responses.” National Bus Trader (December 2015) “Bad Regulations and Worse Responses, Part 5: Executive Branch Responses.” National Bus Trader (November 2015) “Bad Regulations and Worse Responses, Part 4: Judicial Heroism.” National Bus Trader (October 2015) “Speed and Acceleration.”National Bus Trader (September 2015) “Bad Regulations and Worse Responses Part 3 – Invasion of the TNCs.” National Bus Trader (August … Continue reading Articles by Ned Einstein