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SEPTA train station to have permanent homeless services

Management & Operations| October 31, 2017

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.

Capital Metro’s TOD Priority Tool to help region plan for growth

Management & Operations| October 30, 2017

The free, online resource helps city officials, land developers, neighborhoods and others better understand the potential land-use options that surrounds its MetroRail and MetroRapid stations.

Rail| August 30, 2017

Pittsburgh's Port Authority adds Wi-Fi capabilities at 7 light rail stations

The agreement permits Comcast to install wireless hotspots at Station Square, First Avenue, Steel Plaza Wood Street, Gateway, North Side, and Allegheny stations. There is no cost to Port Authority.

Management & Operations| August 10, 2017

Sacramento RT, city exploring selling naming rights

Transit agency has hired a sponsor-headhunter company in hopes of making extra cash by selling naming rights to local companies for its light rail lines and stations.

Rail| July 19, 2017

Metra to install suicide prevention signs

The signs will be developed and finalized as part of a Mental Health Awareness Symposium to be hosted by Metra in September to coincide with National Suicide Awareness Month.

Management & Operations| April 27, 2017

MARTA to add fresh produce kiosks at four rail stations

The markets provide a convenient shopping alternative for fresh, affordable, and locally grown produce.

Management & Operations| April 19, 2017

WMATA to add free Wi-Fi at 30 rail stations

If plans stay on track, nearly every Red Line station from Union Station to Medical Center will have access to free Wi-Fi and a broad section of the system’s core also should be covered by the end of the year.

Management & Operations| February 13, 2017

[Video] BART's Mammoth Machines: Escalators

Bay Area Rapid Transit’s (BART) escalators are giant, complicated machines. Uneven wear from the tens of thousands of people who ride them every day sometimes breaks and cause outages — but BART has a team of experts on hand to keep these “meat grinders” in working order. If you like ‘How's It’s Made,’ you’ll love this video. Published on Feb 8, 2017

Rail| December 20, 2016

Artwork for NYC's Second Avenue Subway stations unveiled

The largest permanent public art installation in New York history creates a new museum underground and celebrates the work of legendary artists, including large-scale portraits by Chuck Close.

Rail| December 20, 2016

[Photos] Artwork from New York City's Second Avenue Subway

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo unveiled on December 19, 2016, the largest permanent public art installation in New York State history in conjunction with the grand opening of Phase I of the Second Avenue Subway, which marks the city’s first major expansion project in more than 50 years. The "underground museum" features works by various artists, including large-scale portraits by Chuck Close of cultural figures such as Philip Glass, Lou Reed, Kara Walker and Cindy Sherman.

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