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Caltrain celebrates renovations and improvements at two stations
San Francisco-area Caltrain and its partners celebrated the completion of a $61 million station improvement project that will allow it to offer more service now and in the future.
Houston METRO ridership continues climb
Houton, Texas-area METRO's ridership is on the rise for a sixth consecutive month, recording a 5.2 percent increase to 6,357,131 boardings in January 2012 compared to 6,043,280 in January 2011.
Metrolink receives $3.7 million to enhance safety at busy crossing
The California Transportation Commission allocated $3.7 million to fund safety enhancements to one of Metrolink's busiest crossings, the Broadway/Brazil crossing in Glendale, Calif.
SFMTA completes property acquisition for Chinatown Station
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, which manages transportation in the city, said it has completed the acquisition of the property that will be the future home of the Central…
Sound Transit board approves $24 million budget amendment
The Seattle-area's Sound Transit Board of Directors unanimously approved an amendment to the agency's 2012 budget to provide $24.3 million in additional funding for establishing a shovel-ready plan to extend…
Twin Cities light rail system has official name: METRO
The Metropolitan Council has approved the final piece of the identity and branding framework for the Minneapolis-St.Paul developing transitway network of light-rail transit and bus-rapid transit.
FTA administrator tours DART Green Line
Federal Transit Administrator Peter Rogoff on February 23 visited three stations along the 28-mile Dallas Area Rapid Transit Green Line light-rail expansion project in Dallas, Texas, to see firsthand the…
Busy year outlined for Central Corridor LRT project
The final year of heavy construction on the Central Corridor Light Rail Transit Project is kicking off.
TriMet now producing solar energy at South Terminus
TriMet in Portland, Ore., has a solar project at the South Terminus of the MAX Green and Yellow lines at SW Jackson Street that is now operational. Located near Portland…
CTA targets waste to save millions
The Chicago Transit Authority's President Forrest Claypool exposed millions in waste at CTA supply warehouses, while unveiling a host of improvements to the agency's system for managing parts and materials;…
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