Topic : increased frequencies

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Sound Transit approves 2017 service changes

Management & Operations| December 19, 2016

Improvements include two additional peak Sounder south line round trip trains and 15,000 additional annual platform hours for ST Express bus service to meet growing demand and deliver voter-approved projects.

Plans to improve Northeast Corridor service unveiled

Rail| December 16, 2016

Recommendation's include adding new tracks to increase the Northeast Corridor to four tracks in most locations, which would allow for more frequent and faster service.

Management & Operations| November 15, 2016

Union calls for change to MTA's Baltimore bus plan

"The People's Alternative to BaltimoreLink" would cost $287 million and includes a BRT system along 14 miles of streets and additional stops along busy routes.

Management & Operations| June 14, 2016

Calif.'s OCTA passes $1B balanced budget

A major initiative for the budget includes an effort to increase bus ridership through implementation of OC Bus 360°, a program aimed at improving bus service and increasing the efficiency of bus travel throughout the county.

Rail| August 5, 2015

London Underground signaling, control contract awarded to Thales

Main benefits will be delivered by 2022, when the frequency of trains running during peak periods will increase to 32 trains per hour in central London — a train every two minutes — with frequency increases at other times as well.

Management & Operations| April 21, 2015

GO Transit set to increase rail service by 50%

The agency currently offers about 1,500 trips a week on its regional rails. That will increase to about 2,200 in five years, and the provincial government is promising that by the time its electrification program is built out around 2024, there will be 6,000 weekly trains

Bus| December 11, 2014

AC Transit, BART team for late-night service

The one-year pilot program increases the options for late night commuters, providing new destinations and improved frequency of pre-dawn buses between San Francisco and the East Bay on weekends.

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