Topic : on-time performance

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San Francisco Muni ends switchbacks on rail line

Rail| April 10, 2019

A switchback occurs when a Muni rail line changes directions in the middle of a scheduled run.

'Bus Only' traffic signals coming to 6 D.C. intersections

Bus| March 28, 2019

The technology, known as "queue jump," is part of a package of improvements designed to speed bus trips and keep service on time.

Rail| March 11, 2019

New York City Transit marks progress to safely speed up train service

Since the late summer of 2018, a safety committee has approved increases to speed limits at more than 100 locations.

Management & Operations| February 26, 2019

MTA subway performance improving, officials call for congestion pricing

The MTA is in a dire financial position, officials say, with an operating budget deficit of approximately $500M as early as 2020.

Technology| February 26, 2019

Optibus adds intelligent route planning capabilities to software platform

The software system brings modern, cloud-native solutions to transportation agencies and operators around the world

Rail| January 22, 2019

NYC Transit campaign to speed trains slowly progressing

In total since the summer of 2018, a safety committee has approved increases to speed limits at 68 locations, and the agency has implemented 24 of them.

Rail| December 18, 2018

WMATA extends, improves 'Rush Hour Promise' to riders

The service guarantee has credited back approximately $1 million for more than 277,000 trips with delays greater than 15 minutes.

Rail| April 12, 2018

Caltrain launching pilot program to speed boarding process

Titled “Bikes Board First,” the project aims to do exactly that; allow bicyclists to board bike cars first at the Mountain View, Palo Alto, and Redwood City stations.

Management & Operations| January 18, 2018

TriMet Board names single finalist in GM search

Doug Kelsey joined the agency in 2015 and quickly improved the overall on-time performance of the transit system.

Rail| January 10, 2018

WMATA proposal would refund passengers for delayed trains, buses

According to GM Paul Wiedefeld, the program is an expression of the confidence the agency has in its ability to meet performance targets and provide reliable rush-hour service.

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