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BART celebrates 10th anniversary of SFO extension
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) is marking 10 years of service on the SFO extension, which has served more than 30 million passengers since opening June 22, 2003.
CTA: Red Line South project on schedule, on budget
As the Red Line South reconstruction project marks the completion of the first month of work, Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) says the $425-million project remains on schedule and within budget.
HART to hold community meetings to discuss station designs
The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) will hold a series of community meetings starting next week to discuss rail station designs.
FASTRACK returns to the Broadway Line
Metropolitan Transit Authority New York City Transit will bring FASTRACK back to Manhattan on the N, Q and R Broadway Line beginning June 17. Service will be suspended for four…
BART approves $1.5 billion FY14 budget
The Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Board of Directors has approved a $1.5 billion balanced budget for fiscal year 2014 that responds to customer priorities with investments in cleaner stations,…
TranSystems names new senior vice president for passenger and transit
Robert Ryan joined TranSystems as senior vice president and market sector leader for its national passenger rail and transit practice areas.
JLP hires former Amtrak construction manager
J.L. Patterson & Associates, Inc. (JLP) hired Harry Steelman as senior construction manager, a former Amtrak construction manager.
WMATA to implement close call reporting
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) is launching a Close Call Transit Safety Reporting System designed to enhance safety by increasing the opportunity for employee reporting of incidents or situations…
Sound Transit hosts open houses on Federal Way Transit Extension
Sound Transit is conducting two open houses this month to seek public comment on its evaluation of alternatives to extend Link light rail from SeaTac to the Kent/Des Moines and…
NJ Transit to offer WiFi at stations, platforms and trains
The New Jersey Transit Board of Directors authorized the agency to enter into a public-private partnership with Cablevision Systems Corporation to offer one of the top requested amenities to NJ…
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