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Office building rents 40% higher when transit accessible, study finds

Management & Operations| July 17, 2018

Nationally, the CSAs of Denver, New York/New Jersey, Washington, D.C., and the San Francisco Bay Area are rated the highest on the transit-accessibility scale.

Caltrain takes new approach to fare enforcement

Management & Operations| July 16, 2018

In the past, Caltrain has used a proof-of-payment/honor-based system, and conductors were responsible for daily fare inspections.

Management & Operations| July 16, 2018

BaltimoreLink wins AASHTO National Transportation Award

Gov. Hogan's transit improvement plan to better connect people in the region to jobs and other transit modes was one of six projects in the Northeast to be recognized.

Rail| July 11, 2018

'Flying train' could be coming to a station near you

Aircraft design features detachable wings to hasten turnover at airports and make boarding easier and closer to passengers’ homes.

Technology| July 11, 2018

Alstom's hydrogen fuel-cell train approved for German commercial ops

Two Coradia iLint prototypes will enter pilot operation in the Elbe-Weser network, with passenger service scheduled for late summer.

Rail| July 9, 2018

Chicago's Metra launching 2 fare zone pilot programs

In May, the board of directors approved testing several recommendations that emerged from a study of its fare policies.

Rail| July 2, 2018

Alstom inaugurates first Citadis with new charging technology in Nice

Alstom has also commissioned its SRS ground-based static charging technology coupled with the Citadis Ecopack energy storage system.

Rail| June 26, 2018

Valley Metro taps Jacobs to design NW Phoenix light rail extension

The advancement is funded through Transportation 2050, a 35-year, multi-modal transportation plan approved by Phoenix voters.

Rail| June 25, 2018

MBTA's Green Line extension awarded $250M fed infusion

The 4.7-mile light rail line will serve some of the region’s most densely populated communities that currently lack access to rail transit.

Rail| June 20, 2018

Beijing subway to use 'bio-recognition tech' to speed passenger flow

Facial recognition cameras would be able to detect people’s faces, potentially allowing them to bypass normal ticketing channels.

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