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Transit Investment Feeds Economic Boom, Resulting in New Funding Needs

| June 12, 2018

Investment in mass transit leads to many rewards — for the region served by a transportation authority; for the passengers who use transit to get to work, school, appointments, shopping and recreational destinations; and for communities located near transportation stations and hubs.

Failure to address public transit infrastructure resulting in lost revenues

Government Issues| May 18, 2018

Failing to address America’s $90 billion backlog of public transit modernization needs, also referred to as State of Good Repair, results in a loss of $340 billion in business revenue to the U.S. economy over a six-year period, according to an new APTA study.

Government Issues| May 10, 2018

Jacksonville, 19 more projects receive passenger ferry grants

The grants will fund projects to purchase, replace or rehabilitate passenger ferries, terminals and related infrastructure, and equipment.

Rail| April 11, 2018

Amtrak announces summer New York infrastructure renewal work

The total cost of the projects is estimated between $45 and $50 million, which will keep this important infrastructure in a state of good repair for Amtrak and benefit New York State with an upgraded, state-of-the art railroad.

Rail| April 3, 2018

N.Y.'s NFTA to receive extra $9M in state funding for rail system improvements

Assemblyman Sean M. Ryan, who credited other local delegation members with helping bring home the Metro Rail funds, has called for a five-year, $100 million capital plan to address the system’s needs.

Management & Operations| February 12, 2018

Md. shuts down entire subway system for emergency repairs

After weekend inspections, it was determined the entire system will need to remain closed for up to four weeks.

Government Issues| February 7, 2018

Trump budget reportedly cuts $150M in WMATA funding

Federal officials argue the decade-long program in the 2008 Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act expired with the fiscal year that began in July 2017, even though that interpretation leaves WMATA with $150 million less than pledged under the bill.

Rail| February 6, 2018

Chicago Transit launches program to speed 'L' train commutes

The $179 million investment is being funded through a small increase in fees charged to app-based ride-hailing companies operating in Chicago.

Management & Operations| November 30, 2017

How to Maintain a State of Good Repair by Leveraging Asset Management Tools

Agencies are turning to versatile asset management platforms to help streamline their processes and meet requirements, which can both help create peace of mind that the agency is in compliance with federal regulations, as well as launch further proactive efforts.

Rail| July 14, 2017

Talgo readies overhaul work of L.A. Metro railcars

Metro awarded a contract to Talgo to improve the performance of the Metro Red Line A650 HRVs by replacing and/or overhauling critical vehicle systems and subsystems.

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