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INIT to provide ticket vending, back-office fare system for Metrolink

Technology| July 24, 2018

Will allow the agency to integrate with third-party systems, while planning for prospective enhancements in the future.

DART fare app gets a reboot with new features

Technology| May 9, 2018

A major new feature is the ability to load value to the GoPass app with cash at hundreds of area retailers.

Management & Operations| April 11, 2018

WMATA upgrading fare tech to be mobile ready by 2019

Mobile payments will be supported on Metrorail, Metrobus, and regional bus services that accept SmarTrip today. The modernization project will be done in three phases

Management & Operations| September 7, 2017

New Flyer investing $25M in Anniston, Ala. production facility

The investment will add fabrication equipment that enhances component manufacturing, streamlines the weld process, expands the operational footprint, and adds capacity and an innovation center for zero-emission bus production.

Mobility| February 28, 2017

Fare Payment Upgrades Leverage Latest Tech Advancements

With mobile app and chip-enabled payments trending toward the norm, transit agencies are looking to add those capabilities to their systems to make paying fares simple, while also speeding up boarding times and increasing efficiencies in the process. METRO takes a look at some fare collection upgrade projects around the nation as well as the tech driving those changes.

Management & Operations| October 18, 2016

CTA's upgraded Belmont Station to feature notable architecture

The project will include a community gateway, architecturally enhancing the street-level entrance to the Belmont subway station, and will improve the bus arrival/departure areas to speed bus boarding and provide a safer, more comfortable environment for pedestrians.

Management & Operations| August 11, 2016

San Diego MTS installs first of 600 bus shelters slated for area

All bus benches will be replaced by Tolar Manufacturing within the next 12 months and will cost $1.5 million. Tolar shelter installation will take five years and cost $6.4 million.

Management & Operations| June 4, 2015

Ford announces new features for 2016 Transit vehicle

New additions include SYNC 3, rearview camera technology and new customization options.

Government Issues| March 26, 2014

Metro-North completes fed-mandated signal system changes

With the announced completion of work at the Devon Bridge in Stratford, Conn., last Thursday all the signal modifications ordered by the FRA in December are now complete, well before the Sept. 1, 2014 deadline.
Rail| August 22, 2011

FRA to fund $745M in Northeast Corridor upgrades

Will update electrical systems and tracks between Trenton, N.J. and New York City, resulting in improved on-time performance and reliability and will add routes that allow Amtrak trains to bypass the busiest passenger rail junction in the nation. The improvements will allow for the fastest passenger train speeds attained in North America to date.
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