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FTA awards $5M in Tribal Transit Program funds

Management & Operations| January 17, 2020

The Fiscal Year 2019 grants will support 39 projects in 20 states

Bi-State Dev. completes bond refinancing, will save public $49M

Management & Operations| September 29, 2019

Nearly $20 million of these savings will be immediately available to fund public safety infrastructure improvements for Metro system.

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Rail| September 11, 2019

Metra will hold fares steady, budget $2.6B for capital improvements

As it does every year, the agency searched for ways to control or reduce its operating costs to head off the need for a fare increase.

Technology| May 16, 2019

Proterra launches comprehensive energy delivery system

Will combine battery and charging systems with turnkey approach to infrastructure installation, energy optimization, and innovative financing models  

Technology| May 8, 2019

Capital Metro taps Luminator for passenger information displays

The E-Paper technology provides an easy-to-read front lit design with no light pollution.

Management & Operations| April 23, 2019

WMATA launches plan to cut energy use, boost cost savings

The five-year initiative is a commitment by the agency to invest $65 million from its capital budget by 2025.

Rail| March 1, 2017

Assessment puts cost of Omaha streetcar at $156 million

Report tabs the estimated cost of operating the line at $7.5 million.

Accessibility| December 19, 2016

N.Y. paratransit costs skyrocketing, lack of subway elevators cited: study

Access-A-Ride cost $85.2 million and carried 1.7 million rides in 2000, increasing to an estimated $506 million this year for more than 6.3 million trips.

Mobility| November 30, 2015

MBTA may partner with Uber, Lyft for paratransit

MBTA is running a six-month pilot program for 124 patrons with disabilities allowing them to pay for private taxis using an MBTA debit card, which they may expand for use on other ride-hailing platforms.

Accessibility| November 25, 2014

After streetcar plan defeat, Arlington looks to better buses

The city already evaluated a potential enhanced-bus line for Columbia Pike, back in 2012, as a possible alternative to the streetcar.
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