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Chicago completes surveillance camera upgrade on rail system

Security and Safety | April 8, 2019

In total, 660 existing cameras were upgraded and 340 cameras were added.

2019 list of best U.S. cities for public transportation unveiled

Management & Operations| March 17, 2019

The results also show that cities in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic tend to rank higher for public transit.

Rail| March 11, 2019

New York City Transit marks progress to safely speed up train service

Since the late summer of 2018, a safety committee has approved increases to speed limits at more than 100 locations.

Management & Operations| February 26, 2019

MTA subway performance improving, officials call for congestion pricing

The MTA is in a dire financial position, officials say, with an operating budget deficit of approximately $500M as early as 2020.

Management & Operations| February 13, 2019

Report says NY MTA misled public for years about subway delays

MTA said "report is more history and politics than news, focusing on rejected practices of the past while glossing over recent reforms."

Rail| January 23, 2019

Tokyo Metro offers free noodles to ease rush-hour crowding

The Tozai subway line service averaged 76,000 riders between 7:50 a.m. and 8:50 a.m in 2017.

Rail| January 22, 2019

NYC Transit campaign to speed trains slowly progressing

In total since the summer of 2018, a safety committee has approved increases to speed limits at 68 locations, and the agency has implemented 24 of them.

Rail| December 17, 2018

London Tube travel linked to the spread of flu-like illnesses

Study discovered higher rates of airborne infections in Londoners that have longer subway journeys through busier terminals.

Rail| December 11, 2018

NYC Transit begins boosting speed on subway lines

The speed limit changes already approved increase speeds generally in the 10-to-20-mph range to speeds that reach 40 mph.

Management & Operations| December 7, 2018

Fake MTA account suspended by Twitter after tweet goes viral

The tweet, which earned at least 3,000 retweets, announced delays on the “1,2,3,4,5,6,7,A,C,E,B,D,F,M,J,Z,N,Q,R,W, and G” trains.

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