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South Phoenix rail extension on track to launch a decade early

Rail| February 10, 2016

The planned extension will be the first project to get a boost from the city's Transportation 2050 program, which raised sales taxes to fund bus, street and light-rail improvements.

D.C. Metro train runs red light, faces another train head-on

Rail| February 10, 2016

No one was injured in the incident, but two Metro employees — a train operator and a rail operations controller — have been removed from duty pending the investigation.

Security and Safety | February 9, 2016

Boston Gov. says MBTA performing at 'satisfactory' level during snowstorm

The MBTA did not report any major issues Monday morning, with about 91% of commuter rail trains on-time during the morning commute, putting it about in line with a normal weekday.

Rail| February 9, 2016

FRA green lights BWI rail station rebuild

The project includes adding a fourth track to nine miles of the Northeast Corridor surrounding BWI and reconfiguring the platforms to allow boarding from all four tracks.

Bus| February 9, 2016

L.A. Metro opens new 'green' bus facility

Division 13 will serve as a bus maintenance, operations and service facility with a multi-level parking garage that accommodates 200 CNG buses, fueling equipment, transportation offices and support areas.

Government Issues| February 9, 2016

FTA issues Agency Safety Plan proposed rule, Proposed National Safety Plan

Both are statutory requirements first authorized by Congress in MAP-21 Act in 2012 and reauthorized in the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act in 2015.

Security and Safety | February 9, 2016

Fla.'s Brightline trains to use retractable gap filler

Will be the first rail system in the U.S. to use the technology, which will make boarding and disembarking the trains easy and convenient for all riders.

University| February 8, 2016

Transit app to make Chicago campus travel more efficient

8-Ride is a campus van service provided by MV Transportation in which students can call for a ride to a destination within the outlined boundaries.

Government Issues| February 8, 2016

President Obama plan would provide $32.4B boost for transportation

Proposal calls for a $10-per-barrel fee on oil production to fund public transit annually, with another $10 billion going toward new federal funding streams for cities and states that cut carbon emissions from their transportation sectors

Accessibility| February 8, 2016

MARTA to layoff 371 paratransit workers

The announcement comes after officials voted in favor of hiring a private company to provide paratransit service last November.

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