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L.A. Metro, railcar manufacturers discuss forging unique partnership

Rail| August 20, 2018

Some ideas discussed include locating a full-scale facility where passenger railcars could be designed, manufactured, and tested.

L.A. Metro to launch $350M Blue Line light rail modernization program

Rail| August 9, 2018

Work will include improvements to the signaling, tracks, and the overhead wires that deliver electricity to trains.

Rail| August 7, 2018

St. Louis Metro Transit, partners open new light rail station

The grand opening took place 25 years ago to the day when Metro Transit opened the region’s light rail system.

Management & Operations| August 6, 2018

Metro Transit breaks ground on new Mall of America Transit Center

This is the first major renovation for the 25-year-old transit center, which was upgraded in 2004 when the METRO Blue Line opened.

Mobility| August 1, 2018

Valley Metro partners with Waymo for autonomous vehicle pilot

Agency will begin utilizing the self-driving vehicle technology for first- and last-mile transit trips next month.

Management & Operations| July 30, 2018

L.A. Metro approves plan to improve Orange Line safety, capacity

The project is slated for groundbreaking in 2019 and opening in 2025.

Mobility| July 30, 2018

Sound Transit expands priority parking permit program for solo drivers

The program offers weekday commuters driving alone to selected stations the option of purchasing a permit to park in areas reserved exclusively for permit holders.

Rail| July 23, 2018

Storm erosion causes partial suspension of Md.'s RailLink service

It is anticipated that Light RailLink service will need to be suspended for approximately two weeks to complete repairs.

Rail| July 18, 2018

Tunnel boring work set to begin for L.A. Metro rail extension

STV is serving as the engineer-of-record and principal design firm for the 2.6-mile-long Purple Line extension.

Rail| July 5, 2018

L.A. Metro board approves light rail extension

The $1.3-billion transit project eliminates BRT as an option and will now move from the draft to the final environmental review stage.

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