Diridon named chairman of USHSR board

Will assume his new role at the High Speed Rail Conference in Los Angeles in December.

DART selects team for streetcar project

Design is expected to be complete by April 2013. Construction is expected to be complete by June 2014.

CTA awards another Red Line contract

The project, which begins in spring 2013, will completely rebuild the 43-year-old Red Line South — including all track, ties, ballast and drainage systems — from Cermak-Chinatown to 95th Street.

How to Prepare Passenger Rail Service for Special Events

Crowd control, ticketing and providing timely service can become challenging in the midst of large events. Establishing a command center, deploying volunteers and conducting outreach through the media can help.

98% of N.Y. subways now running

Transit officials said they restored limited service to the last of 10 branches of the Long Island Rail Road commuter line that suffered damage from Hurricane Sandy. They are still working to mitigate overcrowding and slower than normal commutes.

L.A. Metro rail ridership up 23% in October

In terms of average weekday boardings, Metro Rail ridership showed a 19% gain compared to one year ago, totaling 360,901 average weekday boardings on the entire 87.7-mile system.

NTSB releases 'Most Wanted' list

List includes implementation of PTC, elimination of distracted driving and improved fire safety.

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