MTA Metro-North begins track tie, rail work on Waterbury Branch

MTA Metro-North Railroad announced upcoming infrastructure improvements coming to the Waterbury Branch.

Single-tracking Purple Line in Montgomery County, Md., will put project at ‘significant risk’

Montgomery County, Md., is not going to get its wish.

Somerville, Mass., hoping to recover money it put up to save Green Line Extension project

Back in 2016 it was called “an extreme and unprecedented arrangement for a state infrastructure project.” Today, however, the city of Somerville, Mass., might be getting its money back.

Helping Amtrak back on its feet—U.S. DOT and FRA providing $1.69 billion

Amtrak and other passenger transportation agencies continue to wrestle with the impact of, and continuing threat posed by COVID.

HART light-rail line might stop short; tensioning wires left to rust

Middle Street could be the end street for the Honolulu Authority Rapid Transportation’s troubled light-rail line.

COVID: We’re not out of the woods yet, and transit companies continue significant precautions

COVID is still a major threat to the United States.

Bells & Whistles—Could a new model revive public-private partnerships in rail?

MTA’s next-generation signaling system is no match for COVID-19; delays push back completion dates New York State Comptroller says MTA debt levels threaten capital program CTA announces sweeping Red and Purple Line

Las Vegas needs more than just Charleston Boulevard light rail

Mass transit along Charleston Boulevard and light rail on Maryland Parkway are a winning pair in Las Vegas.

NJ Transit could receive $2 billion from its transportation partner

For years NJ Transit has been transferring money to New Jersey’s operating budget. Now that financial wave is about reverse course.

Boston’s Green Line Extension on schedule and on budget

The Green Line Extension in Boston should be ripe with activity come 2022. The $2.3 billion project remains on schedule for a late 2021 completion.