While this is not a typical RT&S story, we want to ensure that our readers are aware of the decision of the U.S. Supreme Court to block the Biden administration’s mandate that large employers (i.e., those employing more than 100 people) must require their employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced that Amit Bose has been confirmed as the 15th Administrator of the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA).
The momentum for the return of a Scranton (Pa.)-to-New York City rail route continues to build.
Brightline is beginning the new year with a critical step toward the completion of its intercity rail system connecting Miami and Orlando.
For those not familiar with the Commuter Rail Coalition (CRC), it is an association of commuter rail agencies, operators, and other interested parties acting together to engage and eductate stakeholders on the value commuter railroads bring to the communities they serve.
The Chicago South Shore & South Bend Railroad (CSS) and Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District (NICTD) closed transactions with Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) to add 17 miles of double-track main line to improve CSS freight and NICTD commuter operations in northern Indiana.
Transit agencies are feeling the effects of and concerned about the future impact of the Omicron variant of COVID-19 as the virus blankets North America and many parts of the world.
Despite a very challenging 2021, Dallas Area Rapid Transit accomplished a number of projects, both in the construction arena and the social arena.
BART is replacing electrical lines and other support components that are critical for maintaining reliable train service through Lafayette.
Metra is planning a major hiring effort in early January to make sure it has enough personnel for schedule adjustments in the first quarter of 2022.