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[Exclusive] After several months, is London Night Tube service working?

Rail| May 15, 2017

In many ways the results of this overnight Tube service is not remarkable to the casual visitor, or new resident in London. This is a large and busy city, and many people depend on public transport as the only logical means of travelling around.

WMATA proposes cutting late night rail service

Rail| November 30, 2016

Additionally, the earliest trains on Sunday would start at 8 a.m., while the start times for trains on weekdays and Saturdays would remain at 5 a.m. and 8 a.m., respectively.

Management & Operations| November 16, 2016

MBTA releases survey to determine late-night riders' habits

MBTA cancelled late-night train service in February after a brief experiment and is now considering contracting with Bridj to provide the service.

Rail| July 27, 2016

MBTA faces federal complaint for cancelling late-night service

A group argues that the flawed data suggested the move would not have an overly burdensome effect on low-income and minority riders and that it should have taken steps to curb those impacts before ending the service in March.

Management & Operations| January 21, 2015

Officials mull future of MBTA late night service

The $13 million, year-long pilot started in March 2014, extending service by 90 minutes on MBTA lines and fifteen bus routes on Friday and Saturday nights until at least 2:30 a.m. The pilot has drawn 850,000 riders since its inception

June 18, 2014

Testing whether Night Owl rail services can 'fly'

Those who depend on mass transit believe that service should be available 24/7 so that they can get to where they need to go, whenever they need to get there. In New York, MTA customers can hop on the subway 24 hours a day. In Chicago, CTA riders can use the Blue and Red “L” lines around the clock. But in cities like Boston and Philadelphia, major service lines and routes are not always all that convenient in the early hours of the morning — until now.
Rail| April 2, 2014

MBTA late night subway service debut sees more than 18K riders

This is the transit system’s most recent attempt at offering late-night service; it ended its all-bus service, the Night Owl, in 2005 due to lack of ridership. However, the new plan has received significant support from the state and corporate sponsorships.
University| December 2, 2013

U. of Calgary to benefit from increased transit service

The additional hours cover 44% of what’s recommended in Calgary Transit’s 30-year blueprint that was approved in March 2013.
University| December 3, 2012

UT Survey: Student requests

Late-night and off-campus services appear to be the most popular among the systems surveyed. An increase in bus routes ran a close second. One university just unveiled a trolley service and another is planning a parking app.
University| August 31, 2012

N.C. State changes transportation system

Include increasing the number of routes, speeding up the route times and having more stops in residential destinations The university also added five new night routes, with four running during the week.
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