August 27, 2013
Made adjustments to the schedules, routes and/or stops of 11 bus lines. The changes, including the addition of a bus line, will help relieve overcrowding and improve schedule reliability.
January 29, 2013
It had been closed since Dec. 19, 2012, due to damage from Hurricane Sandy. Work to prepare the waiting room for reopening has included power-washing the walls; replacing heaters and heater motors; replacing electrical panels, outlets and wiring; and stripping and sealing the floors.
October 23, 2012
The upgrade will include a park-and-ride and transit center, built separately or as a combined facility. City officials are contractors are studying possible sites and gathering input from the public.
September 11, 2012
The aggressive capital program, known as Metro Forward, includes projects to replace 95 buses; rehabilitate 100 buses, 42 escalators and 21 elevators; install event recorders on the 1000- and 4000-series railcars, and continue the rehabilitation of track and structures maintenance on the Red, Orange and Blue lines.
June 29, 2012
The Ontario government won't back Toronto's new OneCity transit proposal, because it would require legislative changes and the congested city can't afford any further delays, officials say.
May 25, 2012
Will introduce new limited-stop MetroExtra routes on three new travel corridors, conversion of four existing routes to limited-stop MetroExtra service, and refinements to eleven existing priority corridors.
September 29, 2009
The city of Gadsden will use the funds for the purchase of four 30-foot passenger vehicles, acquisition of equipment and services and the construction of two covered transfer facilities.
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