DART light rail work requires shuttle buses between two stations

Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) will operate shuttle buses instead of light rail vehicles between two stations in late June.

The Tide could roll into Military Circle in Norfolk, Va.

Officials want The Tide in Norfolk, Va., to last a little longer.

MBTA in hot water with FTA

MBTA and the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities have been called out by the Federal Transit Administration for safety violations.

MTA to perform FASTRACK work on the G Line

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced maintenance, cleaning, and repair work will be performed along the G line on weeknights beginning Monday, June 20, and concluding on Friday, July 8.

Problem with concrete track supports now plagues East Link light rail project

Damage to concrete track supports on the I-90 floating bridge deck in the state of Washington has inserted another delay in Sound Transit’s East Link light rail project.

Metro Blue Line Extension route recommendation is advanced

The Metro (Minneapolis/St. Paul) Blue Line Extension route recommendation passed an important milestone when the Corridor Management Committee voted to advance the recommended route.

MTA ready to start work on next phase of line reconstruction

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced the next phase of its Concourse Line Reconstruction along the lines in the Bronx will begin on Tuesday, July 5.

Valley Metro’s work on light-rail requires bridge closure on June weekends

Valley Metro is working on a significant light-rail extension project.

Watch: SFMTA Muni Metro begins quarterly ‘Fix It!’ Weeks

A new quarterly effort to increase work time to accomplish necessary Muni Metro system maintenance in April 2022 was a resounding success.

While parts for safety system sit in Germany, FTA’s safety probe of MBTA’s safety management continues; another accident on June 1

While investigators are on-site trying to figure out what caused a crash on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s Green Line on June 1, the company behind the installation of a new safety package was explaining why parts are thousands of miles away in Germany.