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Senate Appropriations Committee approves $250 million for HART
The Senate Committee on Appropriations approved $250 million in funding for Honolulu Authority For Rapid Transportation (HART), matching in full President Obama's 2014 budget request and the 2012 Full Funding…
BART employees strike
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) workers walked off the job early July 1 after negotiations for a new contract were not met.
CTA to launch new fare payment system
Some Chicago Transit Authority customers will begin using the new Ventra fare payment system, a single fare card for transit throughout the Chicago region, in August 2013, with a full…
MTA senior advisor dies at 54
The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Senior Advisor to the Chairman Susan Kupferman passed away the morning of June 26.
LACMTA approves $1.27 billion construction contract for Crenshaw/LAX Light-Rail
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) Board of Directors has approved a $1.272-billion contract to Walsh/Shea Corridor Constructors to build the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor Project
New Jersey marks safety month with “E-Cubed” success
In honor of National Safety Month, New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) and New Jersey Transit (NJ Transit) have collaborated to promote safety and reduce accidental deaths along the state's…
Senate approves Anthony Foxx as next secretary of transportation
The Senate has confirmed Anthony Foxx, the mayor of Charlotte, N.C., as the next U.S. Transportation secretary by a 100-0 vote. Foxx will replace current secretary Ray LaHood.
SYSTRA names new VP, sector manager, planning and operations analysis
SYSTRA has hired Wes Coates as vice president, sector manager, planning & operations analysis.
TriMet’s WES ridership rises, while overall system ridership decreases
TriMet's system provided more than 25 million rides during the spring 2013 quarter. Compared to a year ago, overall ridership declined for March, April and May.
Sound Transit narrows Ballard to downtown routes to eight, hosts open house
Eight potential routes have been identified as part of Sound Transit's Ballard to downtown High Capacity Transit study, which will help inform updates to the city of Seattle's Transit Master…
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