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Students, rail supporters criticize U of Md.'s plan

Rail| May 12, 2010
The university is considering closing Campus Drive to all but pedestrians, bicyclists, campus shuttles, emergency vehicles and university service vehicles from June 19 to Aug. 15 as a test of longer-term plans to create a "traffic-free, pedestrian-friendly zone."

Phoenix Metro April ridership breaks records

Rail| May 5, 2010
Served more than 1,2 million total riders in April 2010, resulting in an average weekday ridership of 44,932, average Saturday ridership of 34,533, and average Sunday and holiday ridership of 20,573.
Bus| March 18, 2010

Bus driver at fault in crash with Houston railcar

The Houston Metro bus driver ran a red light, officials say. However, the driver insists that the light appeared to be green.
Rail| February 4, 2010

New HRT head looking to change corporate culture

In dealing with a light rail project that may be over budget by nearly $100 million, Phillip A. Shucet says that Hampton Roads Transit has bred a “culture of fear” and needs more open communication.
Rail| January 8, 2010

S.F. subway project receives final design approval

The Third Street Light Rail project represents the most significant investment in the expansion of the Muni system in generations.
Rail| December 28, 2009

AECOM awarded $20M Edmonton LRT contract

The project's total construction value is approximately $708 million.
Management & Operations| December 10, 2009

L.A. Metro approves LAX corridor LRT extension

The light rail alternative will be 8.5 miles in length from the Metro Green Line Aviation Station to the Expo Line, now under construction, with a travel time estimated at 20 minutes. There will be seven new stations plus an option for one more.
Rail| November 20, 2009

St. Louis Metro begins bridge replacement project

Constructed in 1929, the bridge is experiencing significant settling and deterioration. In addition, the bridge is supported by four piers, which are obstacles to vehicular traffic.
Rail| October 30, 2009

Monterey, Calif., taps light rail for transit corridor

16-mile corridor extends between Monterey and Castroville on the publicly owned tracks adjacent to Highway 1. Start of service is planned for early 2015.
Rail| October 6, 2009

L.B. Foster to equip Port Authority rail

Will provide rail fasteners, track work and new rail for construction of the 1.2-mile North Shore Connector.

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