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.
Transit agencies suffer drop in ridership due to coronavirus fears. GoTriangle takes another angle with new commuter line. New transit line in Austin would cost taxpayers big time. Ottawa’s Confederation Line faces
The Washington Post reports that Metro ridership, which has been on a downward trend for several years, was up 4 percent in 2019 compared to 2018. In 2019, 182 million trips were
Citing family reasons, Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn has resigned. Known by some as a controversial figure, Rahn, under Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, pushed for the state’s light-rail Purple Line. George Slater
Washington, D.C.’s, Metro can almost touch it. However, it needs to wait on a blessing from Congress.
Metro recently announced that Theresa M. Impastato, a 20-year veteran of rail safety and operations, is the transit agency’s new EVP/Chief Safety Officer. Impastato will begin August 12.
Teresa Morales is the newest member of Texas’ Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (Metro) Board of Directors.