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Amtrak investing $370M in equipment to improve Northeast Corridor

Rail| July 27, 2018

The purchase of this new equipment will double engineering efforts on the NEC, accelerating maintenance work.

New study examines extremist attacks on rail targets

Security and Safety | July 26, 2018

Since 1970, there have been more than 1,000 attempts to derail trains and otherwise attack rail infrastructure.

Rail| July 24, 2018

OLI awards $206K for rail safety public awareness campaigns

Will fund a variety of rail crossing safety and trespass prevention public education projects in conjunction with OLI's Rail Safety Week.

Rail| July 23, 2018

Denver's RTD gets Fed approval for next phase of G Line testing

Testing will soon simulate the full daily service schedule of nearly 21 consecutive hours each day.

Rail| July 18, 2018

Metra to open railcar procurement to alternative car designs

Agency received only one response to its initial RFP for new bi-level gallery cars.

Mobility| July 17, 2018

Office building rents 40% higher when transit accessible, study finds

Nationally, the CSAs of Denver, New York/New Jersey, Washington, D.C., and the San Francisco Bay Area are rated the highest on the transit-accessibility scale.

Management & Operations| July 16, 2018

Caltrain takes new approach to fare enforcement

In the past, Caltrain has used a proof-of-payment/honor-based system, and conductors were responsible for daily fare inspections.

Management & Operations| July 16, 2018

BaltimoreLink wins AASHTO National Transportation Award

Gov. Hogan's transit improvement plan to better connect people in the region to jobs and other transit modes was one of six projects in the Northeast to be recognized.

Rail| July 11, 2018

'Flying train' could be coming to a station near you

Aircraft design features detachable wings to hasten turnover at airports and make boarding easier and closer to passengers’ homes.

Technology| July 11, 2018

Alstom's hydrogen fuel-cell train approved for German commercial ops

Two Coradia iLint prototypes will enter pilot operation in the Elbe-Weser network, with passenger service scheduled for late summer.

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