West Chester wants back in the game with a refurbished rail line to Philly

Call it a modern version of the SEPTA commuter train service, but West Chester officials believe commuters will get the full treatment of what the old rail line offered.

Work to accelerate Green Line safety improvements begins Monday

The MBTA is embarking on a 12-day safety improvement program on June 20.

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.

NTSB continues pushing for rail worker safety

In the last 25 years, nearly 500 railroad workers have been killed while doing their jobs. Nearly 150,000 have been injured. The NTSB is trying to do something about it.

MARTA board approves fiscal 2023 budget

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA) Board of Directors adopted the Authority’s fiscal year 2023 operating and capital budgets.

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.

Georgia to make short line routes sturdier behind pair of projects

A pair of Class 3 railroads in Georgia will be able to make some much-needed improvements to their rail lines.

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.

Union Pacific and Metra announce major tie project to start on the UP-West Line

Union Pacific Railroad has announced that it will embark on a major tie project on the UP-West Line beginning Wednesday, June 8.

SEPTA announces upgrades to Fox Chase Regional Rail Line

SEPTA will begin a month-long project to enhance Regional Rail infrastructure as part of the Fox Chase Improvement Program.

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