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TriMet Board names single finalist in GM search

Management & Operations| January 18, 2018

Doug Kelsey joined the agency in 2015 and quickly improved the overall on-time performance of the transit system.

Why trains in Japan will bark like a dog and snort like a deer

Rail| January 18, 2018

Hundreds of deer stray onto train tracks every year causing widespread rail disruption.

Rail| January 17, 2018

Netflix and terrorism blamed for London Tube ridership decline

Ridership on the London Underground has dropped for the first time in more than 20 year.

Management & Operations| January 17, 2018

UTA's free-fare day adds 29K riders

The agency said the single-day ridership on FrontRunner commuter trains was up by 66% for a total of 30,016 boardings, while ridership on the TRAX light rail was up by 32%, for a total of 79,825 boardings.

Rail| January 17, 2018

Amtrak adds capacity as freeway closure continues to impact Santa Barbara County

Since train tracks reopened on Jan. 11, the Pacific Surfliner has served as the only viable ground transportation option between Ventura and Santa Barbara counties, as drive time on alternate routes between the two counties can take nearly four hours.

Rail| January 17, 2018

LIRR double-track project close to complete

The project utilizes Design-Build construction and a specialized New Track Construction machine that lays rail more than 10 times faster than the MTA has ever done before, saving more than $7 million in construction costs.

Technology| January 16, 2018

Volvo, tech. univ. to develop autonomous electric buses in Singapore

For Volvo, this will be its first autonomous application in public transportation anywhere in the world.

Security and Safety | January 16, 2018

L.A. Metro urges riders to help report suspected human trafficking on transit

Almost one million people — mostly young girls — are trafficked against their will each year.

Sustainability| January 16, 2018

Seoul launches free public transit to battle smog issues

Authorities also limited car use for public employees, closed 360 parking lots, and reduced construction work on government-funded projects.

Security and Safety | January 16, 2018

WMATA train derails in downtown D.C.

Multiple cars of a train on the Red Line crashed off the tracks near the Farragut North station. No one was hurt, but the accident startled dozens of passengers.

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