Transit agency decision-makers are regularly challenged by a multitude of security issues and demands ranging from disorderly conduct and fare evasion to the threat of terrorist attacks. Taking steps to protect their systems and manage potentially high-risk security demands, Light Rail Transit agencies turn to Security Through Safe Design to develop effective approaches for protecting these public transit systems with an emphasis on readiness and vigilance.
Canadian public transit systems have impressive safety and security records; however, transit security can be complex and multifaceted. Transit security necessitates a multi-pronged approach, which requires each element to be integrated with each of the others. To ensure the safety and security of employees, the riding public and the transit agency itself, transit systems must continue to enhance their security systems, facilities, and vehicle designs.
Security Through Safe Design can help to ensure the safety and security of Light Rail Transit systems and operations while increasing passengers’ sense of security and safety. Security Through Safe Design’s Light Rail Security experts specialize in identifying and implementing safety and security measures.