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D.C. Metro introduces 3 new Twitter feeds

Bus| July 10, 2013
Bus and rail service information will move off of agency's main Twitter account into two separate feeds with service information from Metro's operations control centers via the MetroAlerts system.

GO Transit defends sending train into flooded corridor

Management & Operations| July 10, 2013
The previous train, which left Union at 5 p.m., was poised to reach Richmond Hill on time at 5:43 p.m., and Toronto Police hadn't reported any track disturbances, according to the report.
Rail| July 10, 2013

Fla. city approves downtown streetcar tax

The $142.6 million, 2.7-mile long Wave electric streetcar is being paid for mostly with federal and local funds. However, it also requires $20.6 million from downtown Fort Lauderdale property owners.
Rail| July 10, 2013

D.C. Metro chief explains track maintenance urgency

In a Washington Post op-ed piece, GM Richard Sarles wrote that since the system went into service, maintenance has been delayed at the expense of service.
Rail| July 10, 2013

MBTA program to boost ridership on new line

The agency plans on cutting fares and adding service to help attain its goal of increasing ridership by 20%.
Bus| July 10, 2013

85% of Denver residents support transit expansion program

Some 800 area residents responded to the public opinion survey, which was conducted by BBC Research & Consulting. The survey’s margin of error was plus or minus 3.5%.
Management & Operations| July 10, 2013

Mass. commuter rail co. taps FRA exec for GM post

Bonnie Murphy will succeed Hugh J. Kiley Jr.
Management & Operations| July 10, 2013

Alstom inaugurates new Canadian manufacturing plant

Built to serve Alstom’s needs in the context of an approximate $1.1 billion contract between the Bombardier-Alstom consortium and the Société de transport de Montréal to supply the agency with 468 new metro cars, the plant will assemble more than 900 bogies.
Rail| July 9, 2013

Tutor Perini receives Amtrak tunnel contract

The project is intended to preserve an underground right-of-way for possible future expansion of rail service via two new tunnels underneath the Hudson River between New Jersey and Penn Station, New York.
Management & Operations| July 9, 2013

Bombardier recognizes sustainable suppliers

The evaluation process of the Bombardier jury focused on proactive initiatives, product innovation, social integrity and environmental stewardship as these elements provide added value to their business.

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