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July 29, 2013

N.Y. MTA to sell naming rights to subway stations

The first-of-its-kind plan comes amid projected deficits of $240 million a year through 2016.


June 27, 2012

MBTA considers selling station names

Selling the naming rights could bring $18.4 million total a year if 11 prominent stations found sponsors. The agency plans to upgrade Wi-Fi and the stations’ aesthetics and improve access for the visually impaired with the funds.


May 31, 2012

Chicago Transit issues RFP for naming rights

In addition, the collaboration will also put a sponsor’s name and logo on system maps, exclusive advertising within the station and other collateral materials such as downtown sight-seeing guides produced by the CTA.


March 20, 2012

Chicago transit to sell train naming rights

Chicago Transit Authority issued RFPs for the naming rights to its Holiday Train, New Year’s Eve Penny Rides, Free Rides on the first day of school, and its Bus Tracker and Train Tracker. Partnership will also include branding, advertising, communication and promotion, online promotion and links.


August 11, 2011

Chicago Transit taps IMG for sponsorship, naming rights

It is estimated that it will take IMG six months to one year to identify, evaluate and solicit sponsorship proposals for CTA's assets.


July 12, 2011

Boston's T selling station naming rights

MBTA hopes to raise revenue to fill a projected $150 million budget gap for the 2013 fiscal year.


February 24, 2011

D.C. Metro to explore corporate sponsorships

A budget proposal presented to the transit agency's board last month estimated that between $1 million and $2 million per year could be generated selling station naming rights to corporate sponsors.


January 6, 2010

Calif.'s NCTD to consider naming rights

Agency may create an advertising policy that sells naming rights of its train stations.


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