Former Metro manager was innovator

It saddens me greatly to hear of the passing of Paul Larrousse, the manager of Metro Transit from 1989 until 2000. Larrousse came to Madison’s bus system as an assistant general manager in the early to mid-1980s and became the general manager in 1989. He developed a vision for Metro Transit at a time when it was […]

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What, exactly, do you say if you see something?

Urgent slogans only underscore the difficulties inherent in keeping a subway system like New York City’s safe. Paul Larrousse, director of the National Transit Institute at Rutgers University, says that securing open systems like the MTA network necessitates due diligence on the part of transit staff, police and riders, in addition to tools such as […]

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NTI’s Larrousse presents transit planning, financial, organizational sessions in Singapore

Paul Larrousse, director of the National Transit Institute, recently participated as one of the U.S. facilitators/trainers as part of the Singapore-United States Third Country Training Program Workshop on Sustainable Urban Transport Planning and Management.  The workshop took place in Singapore from August 13 to 23; the first week of the training workshop focused on highways, while the second […]

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Larrousse visits White House

Paul Larrousse, Director of the National Transit Institute, was recently invited as part of the U.S. Department of Transportation contingent to enjoy viewing and visiting the White House for the holidays. The National Transit Institute at Rutgers University serves as the training arm for the Federal Transit Administration, and provides training, education, and clearinghouse services in […]

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