The Washington Metrorail Safety Commission is calling out the Washington Metro once again.
Desperation? Washington Metro looks to bond sales for second time in less than a year to help fund capital projects
A federal bailout kept Washington’s Metro from a disaster, but more is needed to avoid another one.
Last week, Metro announced that is temporarily sidelining its fleet of 6000-series railcars following a train-separation incident on the Red Line [on November 24, 2020]. The broad safety directive, recommended by Chief
Metro [earlier this month] announced plans to accelerate major capital work on the Blue Line in Virginia that will modernize the signal system in the Alexandria Rail Yard, resulting in improved safety,
Last month, RT&S reported on problems at the Metro rail operations control center. Please follow the preceding link to read this story. Metro announced this weekend that an FAA official, Edward Donaldson,
Metro has been looking for a manufacturer for the past two years to build its next group of rail cars. The Washington Post reports that last week, Metro chose Hitachi Rail. The
Investigators try to piece together Metro Red Line train derailment. Quebec makes decision to construct rail bypass following fatal accident. More strength needed for Del Mar bluffs stabilization project. TriMet rail bridge
Fitch Ratings has placed the ratings of five large U.S. public transit agencies on Rating Watch Negative. The following ratings are affected:
Due to technical difficulties on YouTube’s end, please go to the following link to view the latest Bells & Whistles: Bells & Whistles—3/20/20. Coronavirus my infect November ballot for Oregon Metro’s huge
Oregon Metro’s giant $7 billion transportation plan might be put on hold due to the most famous virus in world history.