Rapid Transit / Light Rail

The recovery effort from Hurricane Sandy will be a monumental affair that will last weeks, if not months.
San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit's (BART) all-time ridership record was broken Oct. 31, with 568,061 exits reported.
New York area commuters now have free access to limited service on Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Long Island Rail Road, Metro-North and New York City Transit lines.
New Jersey Transit resumed operation along its River Line light-rail route at 3 p.m., Oct. 31, with trips occurring every 30 minutes between the Walter Rand Transportation Center in Camden…
Limited commuter and subway service will return to New York beginning Wednesday afternoon.
Outside of the New York Metropolitan area, passenger and freight rail service is returning to normal operation with residual delays.
The Kansas City streetcar proposal has received funds from the Mid-America Regional Council's (MARC) Board of Directors totaling $ 17.7 million.
Seattle, Wash., has secured funding to plan and design the First Hill Streetcar line's Broadway Extension.
Water is the biggest hurdle the New York area is facing in its fight to restore commuter and subway service. While bus service has been restored, it will likely be…
Freight and passenger rail providers across the Northeast scrambled Tuesday morning to assess damage left by Hurricane Sandy and restore service where possible.
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