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Wabtec unveils new railcar air filtration system

Rail| June 2, 2020

The TÜV-tested filter continuously provides fresh and clean air onboard metro and railcars by removing more than 90% of contaminants per air cycle.

Pittsburgh's Port Authority longes long-range transit planning effort

Management & Operations| June 1, 2020

The authority said it is ensuring outreach is as inclusive as possible, adding that as the region reopens, it plans to engage directly with the community.

Security and Safety | May 29, 2020

U.S. DOT to distribute over 15M facial coverings to transportation workforce

The distribution of cloth facial coverings includes 4.8 million for mass transit and passenger rail, as well as 2.1 million for highway and motor carriers.

Rail| May 29, 2020

Metra outlines plans as Chicago area begins to reopen

The agecny is asking for all passengers to cooperate and take responsibility for their own actions.

Rail| May 28, 2020

Bombardier lands contract to provide BiLevel railcars

The two contracts represent a combination of eight cab cars and 20 coaches and include options for 33 additional railcars.

Rail| May 27, 2020

Amtrak says it needs $1.475B to maintain minimum service levels

The railroad has seen a dramatic decline in demand for service since the pandemic, and is expecting ridership to only return to approximately 50% in FY 2021.

Rail| May 27, 2020

Veovo unveils social distancing solution for passenger rail

It shows how people move into, out of, and between stations, average wait times, and even occupancy on trains.

May 27, 2020

What public transportation agencies must do in a post-COVID world

While service continues to run in most parts of the country, public transit is viewed as a hotspot for possible contamination of COVID, putting everyone at risk — from the operators and conductors to the passengers.

Rail| May 20, 2020

RTA identifies costs, potential funding strategies for Metra service improvements

This study was completed prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, which resulted in temporary changes to the NCS schedule.

Management & Operations| May 19, 2020

Sound Transit to reintroduce fares at a reduced rate

Service on Link will also increase at the same time, with trains running every 20 minutes during the day until after the p.m. peak.

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