OCTOBER IS NATIONAL CYBERSECURTY AWARENESS MONTH

Held every October, National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) is a collaborative effort between government and industry to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity and to ensure that all Americans have the resources they need to be safer and more secure online.

NCSAM 2019 will emphasize personal accountability and stress the importance of taking proactive steps to enhance cybersecurity at home and in the workplace.  This year’s overarching message – Own IT.  Secure IT.  Protect IT. – will focus on key areas including citizen privacy, consumer devices, and e-commerce security.

Learn more about National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Transit Through the Seasons Photo Contest

Missouri RTAP eNewsletter

International Walk to School Day 2019

2,534 SCHOOLS REGISTERED NATIONWIDE!   

Walk to School

MO-RTAP 2019 Training Calendar

 

RURAL TRANSIT NEWS

NEW NATIONAL RTAP DEMAND RESPONSE HOT TOPIC GUIDE (National RTAP eNews - August 8, 2019)
The National RTAP Resource Center has analyzed information requests over the past year to prepare the 2019 Hot Topic GuidesThey created a new Demand Response Hot Topic Guide, with resources including ESPA's ADA Guide for Rural Demand-Response Transportation Service Providers and NCTR's Developng a Method for Assessing National Demand-Response Transit Level of Service.

THE CAPE COD REGIONAL TRANSIT AUTHORITY (National RTAP eNews - August 8, 2019) has established the CCRTA Driver Training Lend and Learn Library which offers National RTAP training modules such as Customer Driven Service and Emergency Procedures for Rural Transit DriversBoth trainings offer great information, no matter where you live.

NO HUMAN TRAFFICKING ON OUR ROADS ACT (Final rule issued by FMCSA on July 16, 2019)
Lifetime Disqualification for Human Trafficking final rule was issued by FMCSA on July 16 that permanently bans drivers convicted of human trafficking from operating a commercial motor vehicle (CMV).  This rule reflects a change to the No Human Trafficking on Our Roads Act which prohibits an individual from operating a CMV for life if that individual uses a CMV in committing a felony involving a severe form of human trafficking.