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Metro-North Railroad lands grant to set up PTC test lab

Security and Safety | February 12, 2019

Will help improve the performance of PTC radio spectrum utilization required to make PTC operational on the Northeast Corridor.

Super Bowl weekend doubles MARTA ridership

Management & Operations| February 5, 2019

On Super Bowl Sunday, 155,000 customers took MARTA rail to enjoy activities downtown and see the big game.

Security and Safety | February 5, 2019

NTSB seeks to implement 46 safety recommendations in 2 years

There are 267 open NTSB safety recommendations associated with the 10 Most Wanted List items.

Security and Safety | January 25, 2019

BC Transit expands CCTV camera implementation

Overall, 373 medium- and heavy-duty buses have had cameras installed as part of a project supported by the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund.

Government Issues| January 22, 2019

Senators urge WMATA to guard against spying in new subway cars

Lawmakers urge agency to get approval from the DOD, DOT, and Homeland Security before awarding a contract for its railcars.

Rail| January 22, 2019

NYC Transit campaign to speed trains slowly progressing

In total since the summer of 2018, a safety committee has approved increases to speed limits at 68 locations, and the agency has implemented 24 of them.

Mobility| January 15, 2019

Report finds 62% of Portlanders view e-scooters positively

Based on this evaluation, the bureau also announced a one-year pilot program that will bring e-scooters back to Portland streets this spring.

Mobility| January 7, 2019

Facility Expansion to Boost USSC's Production

The company’s new 300,000-square-foot manufacturing facility is ISO 14001-certified.

Security and Safety | December 13, 2018

Minneapolis Metro Transit adding 150 Bentech driver shields

The shields will be delivered by the end of February, with the agency planning to install them on eight to 10 buses per week

Motorcoach| December 4, 2018

Greyhound driver saves passengers before fire engulfs bus

The bus fire caused a traffic jam on Oakland, California's eastbound I-580 and prompted the closure of the freeway.

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