RT&S reported on March 9 that BART suspended Red line service due to a damaged power cable. Here is an update on that story.
Baltimore’s Black Butterfly needs to get out of this non-transit cocoon.
Called “A Better Red,” Portland’s TriMet is getting ready to make better use out of plans to extend the Red Line that have been in the works for years.
When it’s new and shiny, the last thing you want to see is dents and dings.
The plan to expand transit in the city of Charlotte, N.C., and the surrounding areas may never make it off the drawing board.
Maryland governor likes the private involvement in troubled Purple Line, sees using the approach in the future
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan did not like Red a few years ago, but he has higher hopes for something like a Purple.
City officials in Charlotte, N.C., said on Feb. 8 that before an ambitious Transformational Mobility Network can unfold the Red Line must be established first.
Washington, D.C., Metro officials are trying to figure out how a Red Line train derailed on July 7. No injuries were reported, and the train was carrying 32 passengers. The operator ran
The hope that Chicago Transit Authority’s (CTA) Red Line may run a little deeper in the future has not faded one bit. The CTA Board has decided to look into extending the
There is no color to the Red Line in Charlotte, N.C. That is because it currently does not exist, even though plans were sketched out for the 25-mile route more than two
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) announced this week the completion of all Red Line signal repair efforts, resulting in the restoration of regularly scheduled Red Line service. Back on June 11,
The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) is investing nearly $4 million in railroad track improvements at its Addison Red Line station, the authority announced.