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January 17, 2014

Advocacy group responds to Princeton rail station ruling

Save the Dinky Inc. said the ruling was important for the group because it affirms that the cutback of rail service to Princeton to benefit Princeton University was in fact a decision by New Jersey Transit.


October 24, 2013

N.Y. MTA marks Jamaica Station's 100th anniversary

The station opened for business in 1913 as was part of newly elevated right-of-way in Jamaica that did away with street level grade crossings for the first time.


September 19, 2013

Charleston transit to replace aging Amtrak station with hub

The new bus and train hub includes a 32,000 square-foot building that will be a center for local and regional buses as well as passenger rail, taxi and shuttle service.


June 26, 2013

Wash. breaks ground on $46M rail station project

Includes two new platforms; a parking lot with long-term parking for Amtrak patrons; an improved pedestrian underpass and enhanced passenger amenities, creating a modernized train station for Amtrak Cascades, Sound Transit commuter rail, and King County Metro Transit Bus customers.


April 18, 2013

Gannett Fleming completes Pa. rail station rehab

The Franklin Street Station, which served as the main station for the Reading Railroad Co. starting in 1929, saw its last train depart in 1981 and stood in disrepair for more than three decades.


March 19, 2013

MTA restores historic Bronx subway station

The two-year, $66.5 million project breathed new life into the unique subway station that serves the 2 and 5 lines a link to two major Bronx attractions — the Bronx Zoo and the New York Botanical Gardens.


February 22, 2013

Chicago Transit to add 700 positions

The new customer service assistant positions will aid rail station customers in a variety of ways, from answering questions and helping customers with disabilities to handling or reporting problems with station equipment and facilities.


February 20, 2013

Northstar station to receive $10.3M improvement

Construction is expected to start in May and be done by year's end. The city is negotiating final agreements with the Metropolitan Council, which operates the three-year-old commuter line.


December 19, 2012

Princeton U. transit plan to move forward

The university planning board okays a proposed Arts and Transit neighborhood plan that will include a new train station, the renovation of the existing rail station and infrastructure improvements.


November 28, 2012

PATH’s Hoboken station weeks from reopening

Officials reviewed infrastructure for flood mitigation, but more preventive measures may not have helped because of the age and location of the station.


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