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Maryland DOT official named GoTriangle’s new president/CEO

Management & Operations| March 13, 2020

Charles E. Lattuca has been leading a $5.6 billion project to build a 16.2-mile light-rail transit system, expected to open in 2023.

[Video] S.F. subway construction update shows progress

Rail| March 10, 2020

Last year saw important milestones of the Central Subway project, including the reopening of Stockton Street through Chinatown and Union Square as well as some of the major final touches to the stations like escalators and public art.

February 25, 2020

Is commuting the new smoking?

Data overwhelmingly shows why workers should opt-out of driving alone to work each day — not just for their own health, but for the improvement of their work performance, too.

Rail| February 25, 2020

NYCT seeks to buy up to 949 open-gangway subway cars

Agency is planning a base order of 504 new cars, which will be identified as the R262 class, with the option of 445 additional cars.

Rail| February 10, 2020

MBTA unveils plan to accelerate rail infrastructure projects

The projects will include additional diversions of weekend service on all rapid transit lines and several commuter rail lines.

Security and Safety | January 28, 2020

NY MTA unveils campaign to combat hate crimes on buses, trains

Visual campaign promoting kindness, respect and solidarity, follows 42% increase in hate crimes on NYC Transit System in 2019.

Rail| January 22, 2020

NY MTA unveils first look of next-gen subway cars

Board approved the $1.4 billion contract award of 535 R211 cars to Kawasaki Rail Car Inc. in 2018.

Rail| January 8, 2020

Amtrak, NJ Transit begin update of Penn Station ticket waiting area

Customers can expect new furniture and fixtures, including communal tables and seats with electrical and USB outlets.

Management & Operations| December 11, 2019

Public transit ridership up for third quarter of 2019: APTA

This includes a rise of 5.46% for heavy rail, 4.38% for commuter rail systems, and 0.59% for all bus systems.

Rail| December 11, 2019

BART, The Salvation Army team up to help homeless

Funds to be used for supportive housing, substance abuse treatment, case management, blankets, socks, and other services.

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