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DC Trails acquires BestBus

Motorcoach| June 28, 2018

Company is an online reservation company that has used various transportation companies to provide the equipment for their line-runs.

Two train enthusiasts killed in Wash. Amtrak crash

Rail| December 20, 2017

Jim Hamre and Zack Willhoite both worked in the transportation industry.

Accessibility| June 8, 2017

Profile: Donna Smith, Sr. Director, Easter Seals Project Action Consulting

Donna Smith was 18 months old when doctors detected retinoblastoma, a rare form of cancer, and removed her right eye. For the next 18 months, her mother took her on zoo trips and drilled her on all the colors before doctors took out her left eye, too.

Construction begins on Community Transit bus hub

The Seaway Transit Center will serve Paine Field area buses, including the new Swift Green Line.

Management & Operations| March 28, 2017

The most and least affordable cities for public transit

In the wake of the increase in New York, where a monthly unlimited pass now costs $121, a new analysis shows the affordability of more than 70 transit systems across the U.S.

Management & Operations| January 10, 2017

D.C. Metro wants to shrink workforce, spend more on contractors

Agency to spend $64.6 million on contractors in the fiscal year beginning in July, which is $17.2 million more than the budget for the current fiscal year.

Government Issues| October 27, 2016

Allowing D.C. Metro's continued decline could cost region $1 billion

Finding new funds for Metro, and insisting that it improve its performance, are both critical to the region’s economic future, according to a report.

Rail| August 30, 2016

WMATA launches Wi-Fi pilot at six Metrorail stations

The service, part of the GM’s Customer Accountability Report initiatives, will be available for 45 days. After that time, the service will be suspended while the pilot program is evaluated.

University| July 11, 2016

D.C.'s American University first to pilot unlimited bus and rail UPass

While the new program will generate about $2.7 million for the current fiscal year, at about $1 a day for each student during the semester, the U•Pass offers an affordable transportation option for students to travel throughout the region for classes, internships, jobs and other activities.

Management & Operations| June 22, 2016

D.C. Metro GM appoints new chief operating officer

Joseph Leader will be in charge of rail, bus and paratransit services, effective August 1, and will also provide executive management of Metro Transit Police, parking and support services.

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