A Bloomberg News analysis is calling the commute between southern Maryland and Washington, D.C., the biggest money and time pit in the U.S. Maryland state legislators now want answers, but those answers
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L.A. considering P3s to help with light rail transit strategy Two trains derail in North America Florida tries to reduce accidents at RR crossings MBTA commits to safety
Iteris Inc. and Gannett Fleming Inc. will work together to provide traffic operations analysis and traffic engineering design services for a new light rail transit system in southern California.
The top stories we were following the week ending Nov. 22: MBTA clears funding for phases 2 and 3 of Franklin Line Double Track Project. U.S. DOT pushes for increased safety
At its meeting on Nov. 21 the Sound Transit Board of Directors began the process of reviewing the agency’s response to the adoption of Initiative 976 (I-976) by statewide voters. After the
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao announced significant plans to advance highway-rail grade crossing safety. The announcement comes as the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) hosted a grade-crossing safety summit, with remarks from
The Port Authority of Allegheny County in Pennsylvania is expecting to receive almost $2.6 million in damages from Norfolk Southern following the 2018 derailment where a train landed on light rail tracks
The city of Charlotte will be moving forward with a 26-mile light rail line that will run from Matthews, N.C., to uptown Charlotte and over to the airport in Gaston County. The
GoTriangle is now StopTriangle, but there is a chance it could get the go sign in the future if it makes some adjustments. An American Public Transportation Association report cited errors in
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