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Denver's Uber Transit app showing strong initial performance, growth

Technology| July 10, 2019

Riders are using the Uber app to plan and book their transportation from home, to work, to appointments, and to the airport.

3 transit agencies land CIG funds for rail projects

Rail| July 10, 2019

The funding represents a significant commitment toward pending multi-year Full Funding Agreements for the projects.

Management & Operations| July 8, 2019

MARTA moving forward with 'customer-focused' budget

Includes buying CNG buses, creating Riders' Advisory Council, launching customer experience program, and rehabbing rail stations.

Rail| July 3, 2019

The Future of Rail Asset Management is Digital

To fully capitalize on the benefits of modern digital asset management, rail operations need to modernize their core IT platforms.

Management & Operations| July 2, 2019

WMATA adding more service, more affordable pass products

All Metrorail passes will now come with free Metrobus service, providing a better value and experience of customers.

Management & Operations| July 1, 2019

WSP USA names new asst. VP/sr. rail systems manager

Will guide projects involving tech systems through engineering design, construction management, and contract administration.

Security and Safety | June 28, 2019

Florida bill to speed passenger rail incident processing

The bill streamlines the investigative process when a train is involved in a crash with a motor vehicle.

Rail| June 26, 2019

3 spatial tools to help you maintain your wayside PTC assets

With thousands of pieces of new infrastructure, railroads are asking: How are we going to manage all these safety-critical PTC assets?

Rail| June 25, 2019

Final report on Wash. Amtrak derailment urges 'System Safety' plan

In all, the NTSB issued 26 new safety recommendations and reiterated three existing safety recommendations in the report.

Security and Safety | June 24, 2019

MBTA accelerates rail signal repairs after derailment

Red Line recovery work is expected to continue through the summer to gradually restore impacted portions of the Red Line to full service.

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