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June 27, 2014

Capital Metro awarded $50 Million MetroRail improvements

The funding includes $28 million for the purchase of four rail cars, which will double the capacity of the Red Line, allowing up to 2,400 additional passenger trips during morning and afternoon peak travel times.


February 28, 2013

D.C. Metro deputy GM resigns

David Kubicek, who was instrumental in improving safety on the Metrorail, will leave the Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority on March 18. It is not clear what he plans to do next.


August 9, 2012

Miami-Dade Transit opens new rail station

The Miami International Airport Station is the centerpiece of a comprehensive program of both roadway and transit improvements, which provided $404.7 million in funding.


June 24, 2011

Miami-Dade Transit faces service cuts amid financial woes

County Hall may soon cut services to Metrorail, Metrobus and Metromover if the transit agency’s financial crisis, spurred by a cutoff of FTA funding, doesn’t end soon.


July 8, 2009

Miami launches online rider alert system

Customers also can set up the new rider alert system to notify them on the operational status of Metrorail or Metromover station elevators and escalators. System also lets paratransit customers sign up to receive STS updates.


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