COVID made many of us avoid public transport – what will it take to get us back on the bus? Click to View

DCTA Installing Touchless Hand Sanitizer Dispensers on Buses. Click to View

Chinese bus offers new evidence or airborne coronavirus spread study. Click to view

5 Long-term Implications of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Transit. Click to view

Congress must provide resources needed to save America’s public transit in COVID-19 bill. Click to view

There are many cities in Texas and Florida that are experiencing rapid growth in positive cases. Click to view

There are two strains of the coronavirus. The second is a mutation of the first. It does not cause greater damage to those infected but it is more transmissible. Click to view

The balance between opening a state economy and protecting the health of the citizens is challenging in the current environment. Click to view

Facial coverings are an important strategy in the Covid 19 battle. Governor Abbott has provided local governments with a critical tool. Click to view

The CDC Just Issued These Big New Guidelines About Coronavirus

The number of COVID 19 cases is over 7.5 million worldwide, with many cases undiagnosed. As our country, Brazil, India and Russia continue to see large increases, the dense cities are the focus of many concerns. Some of these are well founded, some may be exaggerated. The Montreal based Institute for Research on Public Policy offers a clear perspective on how dense cities can handle the challenges. Click to view

Fauci says coronavirus his ‘worst nightmare’ and far from over

Governor Abbott continues to bring the state economy back to a new “normal”. The rules for reaching the next phase with 50% occupancy in many commercial activities are described in this article. Click to view

Coronavirus in Texas: UT is putting its 400 biggest classes . Click to view

Protesters’ anger outweighed their fear of getting sick. Click to view

Texas latest wave of reopenings. Click to view

Governor’s Strike Force to Open Texas. Click to view

Mapping the Coronavirus Outbreak Across the World. Click to view

China’s New Outbreak Shows Signs the Virus Could Be Changing: Click to view

The New ‘Get Out’ Push:

The gradual reopening of our state brings great opportunities and significant caution. We will learn how to make our communities viable once again, but we must be careful. The simple rules of six foot distance, covering for coughs and limited personal touching remain vital to our success. Another simple strategy is to move any function we can outdoors. Physical spacing outdoors is simply easier .Ventilation systems in hospitals include several features not found in a typical office. While offices become cleaner, the fastest solution is to move outdoors when possible. The attached article explains how this will be part of the new normal. . Click to view

Gov. Greg Abbott to let restaurants, movie theaters and malls open with limited capacity Friday. Click to view

U.S. Department of Transportation Issues Safety Advisory to Reduce Spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) Among Transit Employees & Passengers. Click to view

New US Coronavirus Death Projections:

Latest model projects 135,000 Covid-19 deaths in the United States. Click to view

Texas Coronavirus Deaths Rise to 884:

State health authorities reported 17 new coronavirus related deaths on Monday. Click to view

COVID-19 Timeline:

Track the crucial moments of the Coronavirus outbreak here: Click to view

Implementing Safety Practices for Critical Infrastructure Workers Who May Have Had Exposure to a Person with Suspected or Confirmed COVID-19. Click to view