First New York City President Andy Byford was resigning, but now he is promoting.
It might take 10 years, but Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont wants to put more speed into the Metro-North Railroad.
The American Public Transportation Association (APTA) elected its 2019-2020 Executive Committee during its TRANSform Conference in New York.
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The Washington Post reports that a collision of two WMATA trains occurred on Monday, October 7 at 12:54 a.m. The collision happened outside the Farragut West station. Neither train had passengers aboard.
Metra, a passenger rail service that connects the Chicago suburbs to the city of Chicago, announced a record-breaking capital investment over the next five years. The financial boost comes with no increase
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) released preliminary findings of the Train Speed and Safety Task Force that demonstrate subway train speeds on certain sections of track can be increased by as much
The 1960s are looking attractive again for New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). The MTA is looking at reactivating a rail line that has been out of service since 1962, and despite
As safety equipment stands idle at dormant railroad crossings, Ohioans question why the state does not recycle
If it cannot be used here, reuse it somewhere else.
Once the show curtain is released, nothing is going to stop it from swallowing an act whole.