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Messy lawsuit pits Hyperloop One founders against each other

Rail| July 12, 2016

The startup was apparently being torn apart by mismanagement and growing tensions between leaders, according to the lawsuit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on July 12.

Calif. HSR lawsuit delays cost $63 million, 17 months

Rail| June 15, 2016

The lawsuit had tied up access to financing and officials said nearly 500 appraisals for land along the route became outdated during that time.

Management & Operations| April 21, 2016

NYC Transit will provide translation for disabled riders with limited English

The decision came as part of a lawsuit, brought in December 2014, which sought translation services for tens of thousands of people who use NYCT’s Access-A-Ride program.

Security and Safety | February 12, 2016

Montreal transit agency to pay $3,140 to assaulted paratransit client

The client was reportedly punched in the face several times for no reason by another person being transported.

Rail| February 11, 2016

Calif. high-speed rail lawsuit back in court

Attorneys for a group of Central Valley farmers will argue in Sacramento County Superior Court that the state can no longer assure Californians of the claims made in 2008.

Management & Operations| January 8, 2016

Judge: Ind. agency didn't violate group's rights by denying ad

The lawsuit, filed in September 2014 on behalf of Fort Wayne Women’s Health Link, alleged that Citilink engaged in viewpoint discrimination by denying its request to place ads on its buses.

Management & Operations| October 9, 2015

Judge orders N.Y. MTA to run 'The Muslims are Coming' ads

The ads promote a documentary that follows a group of Islamic comedians traveling America doing performances that they hope will spread goodwill.

Management & Operations| June 29, 2015

NY MTA being sued for refusing ad

The lawsuit by Vaguely Qualified Productions LLC is a challenge to a new MTA policy banning ads of a political nature from its buses and subways.

Security and Safety | May 6, 2015

Family of woman killed in Metro-North to file suit

The National Transportation Safety Board said Ellen Brody's SUV was stuck inside the railroad crossing gates moments before the train hit, but instead of backing up, she drove forward onto the tracks.

Management & Operations| April 30, 2015

Pa. agency sued for not running atheists ads

Since 2012, the NEPA Freethought Society has tried unsuccessfully to run various ads on COLTS buses. The rejected ads say “atheists” along with the group’s name and/or website.

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