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N.Y. MTA plan 'redraws' Queens bus service to boost speed, reliability

Bus| January 1, 2020

NYC Transit bus stops are the closest-spaced in the country, some of which are as close as two blocks apart.

Amtrak to continue infrastructure renewal program at NY Penn Station

Rail| December 30, 2019

This round of renewal work will not require any reductions or modifications in service for Amtrak and NJ TRANSIT trains.

Technology| December 30, 2019

DART pursues advertising for transit shelters

Dallas is one of the few major cities without transit shelter advertising.

Management & Operations| December 23, 2019

New D.C. Metro labor contract incentivizes ridership growth

The agreement includes an additional 1% wage increase in years when the agency’s ridership improves 2% or more over the previous year.

Management & Operations| December 23, 2019

Hendricks named to lead Transdev Services

She is taking over this position from Cincinnati-based Mike Setzer, who successfully led Transdev’s transit business unit for the past 18 months and will now transition into part-time retirement.

Management & Operations| December 4, 2019

Sound Transit names new chief administrative officer

Mary Cummings will work alongside Deputy CEO and Chief System Officer Kimberly Farley.

Management & Operations| November 25, 2019

Chicago Transit approves $1.57B operating, $5.1B capital budgets

Ensures continued improvements aimed at providing customers with faster, smoother and safer public transit services.

Management & Operations| November 22, 2019

Denver RTD's Genova announces retirement

Said he is fully committed to completing his time at the agency and will work with the board and staff to assure a seamless and smooth transition.

Management & Operations| November 12, 2019

Maintenance directors tap training, data to drive success

TriMet’s Ed Bennett and Votran’s Rick Kazawitch took home this year’s Maintenance Director of the Year Awards at BusCon 2019 in Indianapolis.

Management & Operations| November 11, 2019

MBTA's Levy discusses agency's customer-centric focus

Prior to joining the MBTA last year, Levy served as chief marking officer for the Massachusetts Port Authority, where she headed up a 10-person department at the $800 million agency.

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