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MBTA extends contract with Masabi for mobile rail ticketing

Management & Operations| June 20, 2016

The agreement will enhance the MBTA’s existing mobile-ticketing system, which is widely recognized as one of the transit industry’s most successful mobile-ticketing programs.

Rail systems turn to improved infrastructure, tech to combat fare evaders

Rail| June 17, 2016

To stem revenue losses from passengers not paying fares, two transit agencies are implementing new solutions to limit, and hopefully, eliminate fare evaders on their rail systems.

University| June 14, 2016

New Access MIT program offers free public transit to employees

MIT has set out to reduce parking demand on campus by 10% over the next two years with the launch of the new program, which combines pay-per-day parking for most parkers with free access to MBTA subway and local bus, among other benefits.

Management & Operations| May 24, 2016

MBTA GM DePaola to retire, citing cancer fight

His accomplishments as GM include improving service for MBTA riders, designing and implementing an $83 million Winter Resiliency program and ensuring that the renovation of Government Center Station was completed on time and on budget.

Management & Operations| May 10, 2016

New MBTA app allows BRT riders to rate service

The app, named QualiT, allows individuals to anonymously share feedback with the T. The service is similar to ones provided on Uber and Lyft transportation systems, and provides crowd-sourced data to help improve service.

Security and Safety | May 9, 2016

Keolis names McCarthy chief safety officer for MBTA commuter rail

McCarthy comes to Keolis from the Southern California Regional Rail Authority, where he served as deputy chief operating officer managing the 512-mile commuter railroad serving the Los Angeles metropolitan area.

Management & Operations| April 28, 2016

[Video] MBTA's Operations Control Center: A behind-the-scenes look

Provides a behind-the-scenes view of the central hub of Boston's mass transit system. Published April 15, 2016

 

Management & Operations| April 26, 2016

MBTA commuter rail losing $35M to fare evaders, officials say

Keolis, which has operated the commuter rail since 2014, said it conducted a first-of-its-kind study to examine the system’s “long-standing” problem of riders either not paying or using sometimes elaborate ways to not pay full price on trains.

Management & Operations| April 21, 2016

'Transportation Women Tell Their Stories' of advancement, despite obstacles

BART GM Crunican and former MassDOT and MBTA board member Liz Levin, were joined by former U.S. DOT Secretary Mary Peters and former Houston Metro CEO Shirley DeLibero to discuss how they advanced in the transportation industry, despite great personal and professional obstacles. 

Rail| April 20, 2016

MBTA wants ability to fine Amtrak for future service disruptions

The proposal comes after major commuter rail delays Sunday due to problems with the Amtrak-owned signals near South Station. The same system also failed two months ago, causing daylong disruptions.

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