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Mass. BRT pilot combines design, art to launch improved experience

Bus| October 16, 2018

Featuring the work of five local artists along the corridor, the pilot aims to bring more efficient and reliable service.

Top public transit leaders honored by APTA at Nashville event

Management & Operations| October 8, 2018

Thomas C. Lambert, president/CEO, of Houston Metro received the 2018 Outstanding Public Transportation Manager Award.

Rail| October 4, 2018

MBTA awards signal upgrade contract for Red, Orange rail lines

Including signal upgrades, the MBTA is investing nearly $2 billion in both lines as part of the Red Line/Orange Line Infrastructure Improvement Program.

Rail| September 12, 2018

How Reverse Commutes Can Help Reshape Rail Ridership

Keolis and the MBTA partnered on a revenue-incentive agreement
that includes an integrated, first-of-its-kind marketing campaign to increase ridership through reverse commuting and leisure travel.

Rail| August 29, 2018

MBTA introduces 'stopped-train' messaging on 3 rail lines

Works within the real-time predictions for each subway line, being triggered when a train has spent two minutes longer than predicted in an area of track.

Rail| August 22, 2018

MBTA to begin Worcester commuter rail line improvements

The eight-week project involves replacing 38,000 feet of rail along the corridor.

Management & Operations| August 2, 2018

MassDOT, MBTA unveil 'Focus 40' transportation investment plan

The 35-page plan could bring a potential superstation and subway line extensions to Boston.

Bus| July 17, 2018

Mass. city introduces elevated BRT platforms

New platforms and ramps installed at two bus stops in Everett Square will enable bus riders with wheelchairs, strollers, or carts to board the bus faster.

Management & Operations| July 16, 2018

MBTA hires communications vet to enhance customer experience

As the MBTA’s new chief customer officer, Danny Levy will be responsible for improving the daily experience of MBTA riders.

Rail| July 3, 2018

MBTA to try surge pricing for parking

In an effort to balance demand, the agency will adjust rates at its 99 parking facilities starting August 1.

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