September 26, 2013
During the recession, the transit system cut 37% of its bus service, partly by restructuring its route network. Beginning Sept. 30, Community Transit is adding back service hours primarily on commuter trips to the University of Washington and downtown Seattle.
January 16, 2013
Additional trains on the North Jersey Coast Line restored service levels into New York to 100%. Systemwide, the agency’s rail division reached 94% of its pre-Sandy service level, operating 658 of the 700 weekday trains scheduled prior to the storm.
November 28, 2012
Officials reviewed infrastructure for flood mitigation, but more preventive measures may not have helped because of the age and location of the station.
November 1, 2012
Agency needed to shut down the service temporarily because of public safety concerns as well as for the safety of its employees, GM said.
Includes Access Link paratransit. Due to significant damage to the state’s public transportation network, NJ Transit rail service will remain suspended until further notice.
October 31, 2012
Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad are back in operation in some areas. Thousands of MTA workers are still out across the entire 5,000 square mile service region inspecting and repairing the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
October 30, 2012
New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (N.Y. MTA) and NJ Transit workers have begun to inspect, assess and repair of damage caused by Hurricane Sandy. N.Y. MTA began partial restoration of bus service. NJ Transit suspended all service until further notice. Maryland MTA will operate light rail, MARC Train, and commuter bus service on their regular schedules Oct. 31.
June 28, 2010
Restoring and in many cases improving service to thousands of people is possible because voters in St. Louis County approved a half-cent sales tax in Proposition A just 12 weeks ago.
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