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L.A. Metro expands bike-share program

Mobility| August 12, 2019

Sixteen new Metro Bike Share stations with up to 150 bicycles have now been installed in North Hollywood, Toluca Lake, and Valley Village.

How Transportation Works in Stockholm and Copenhagen: Part II

Rail| July 24, 2019

Expanding on Part I, the author takes a further look at public transport, including rail and micromobility options in the region.

Rail| April 18, 2019

Metra adds state funding for 2 new rail stations

The two stations have been planned for years, however, funding was first held up in the state’s budget woes and then cut in 2017.

Security and Safety | November 12, 2018

Edmonton Transit launches security presence at select stations

Will deploy security guards at 25 transit centers/stations that have had at least one major incident reported in the past five years.

Mobility| July 17, 2018

640K New Yorkers have no accessible rail station nearby, report says

Roughly half of the neighborhoods served by the NYC subway system – 62 out of 122 – lack a single accessible station.

Accessibility| June 6, 2018

NYC Transit continues work to improve rail accessibility

The 86 St R project will add elevators and reconfigure station infrastructure — such as handrails, turnstiles and powered gates, Braille signage, and platform panels — for full accessibility.

Rail| May 28, 2018

Amtrak introduces lactation suites for nursing mothers

Additionally, nursing mothers can breastfeed and express breast milk while visiting Amtrak stations or on-board trains.

Security and Safety | May 22, 2018

CTA upgrades 600 security cameras for rail safety program launch

Along with lighting improvements along the Green Line, the upgrade kicks off the first of several phases of the Safe & Secure program.

Rail| April 24, 2018

Study finds untapped development potential around MBTA rail stations

Vacant and underutilized land surrounding 13 Gateway City commuter rail stations could house up to 230,000 residents and 230,000 jobs.

Management & Operations| October 31, 2017

SEPTA train station to have permanent homeless services

The City and SEPTA co-wrote a $1.4 million check for Project HOME, a homeless advocacy service, to help construct the permanent “Hub of Hope,” which is slated to open in January.

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