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CTA continues Red Line South Project with public input
In anticipation of the start of next year's Red Line South project, the Chicago Transit Authority held meetings with various community and neighborhood groups including local chambers of commerce, block…
DEIR released for Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension
The Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority in Southern California has released the Draft Environmental Impact Report for the proposed Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension from Azusa to Montclair.
SEPTA names marketing director
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority appointed Elizabeth Bradford to director of marketing in the authority's Division of Public and Government Affairs.
SEPTA names new assistant general manager of operations
Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority promoted Ronald Hopkins to assistant general manager of operations.
LACMTA reaches agreement with ATU
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority reached a three-year contract with the Amalgamated Transit Union, representing more than 2,300 bus and rail maintenance employees.
San Bruno Grade Separation Project nears half-way mark
Caltrain's San Bruno Grade Separation Project, which will enhance safety at three rail crossings in downtown San Bruno, Calif., is nearing the half-way mark. The supports and bridges for the…
HRT to celebrate first anniversary of "The Tide"
Hampton Roads Transit in Virginia will mark the first birthday of The Tide light rail in Norfolk on Friday, August 17, with a celebration at the MacArthur Square station.
DART adds one to board, names general counsel
Dallas businessman James Adams is the newest member of the Board of Directors of Dallas Area Rapid Transit. He was appointed by the Dallas City Council.
CTA marks 16 consecutive months of ridership growth
Chicago Transit Authority ridership has continued its upward trend in the first six months of 2012, with June marking the 16th consecutive month of ridership increases.
Sound Transit awarded $400,000 energy efficiency grant
The Washington State Department of Commerce has awarded Sound Transit $400,000 towards energy efficiency projects, including new lighting at the Federal Way, Auburn and Kent transit centers. The improvements covered…
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