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A Train Derailment Service Update #3

Here is the latest service update: Due to a train derailment at 125 St the following service changes are in effect:  trains are running local in Brooklyn and Manhattan between Canal St and 168 St in both directions. Some northbound  trains are running express from Canal St to 59 St-Columbus Circle. Show More Summary

A Train Derailment Service Update #2

The latest service update: Due to a derailment at 125 St the following service changes are in effect: There is no train service between 59 St-Columbus Circle and 168 St in both directions. There is shuttle train service between 168 St and Inwood-207 St in both directions. trains are running local in Brooklyn and between Canal St and 59 […]

Updates on Churchill Rail Line

Omnitrax photo Churchill has been in the news a lot since the rail line was severed near the end of May. Churchill Suffering Since the Hudson Bay Railway stopped delivering to Churchill, the only way to get goods into the town is by air, which drives transportation costs up. Show More Summary

A Train Derailment Service Update

Here is the latest service update revolving around the earlier derailment: Due to a derailment at 125 St the following service changes are in effect: There is no train service between 59 St-Columbus Circle and 168 St in both directions. There is shuttle train service between 168 St and Inwood-207 St in both directions. trains are running local in […]

A Train Derailment Near 125th Street

When riders boarded a Queens-bound train this morning, they assumed it would just be another regular commute to their destination. Unfortunately that was not the case after a minor derailment this morning just outside the 125th Street station that caused as of press time 34 injuries. Andrew Siff & Jennifer Millman of NBC New York […]

DCTA Receives Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for Fiscal Year 2017 Budget

The Denton County Transportation Authority (DCTA) was recently awarded the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA)

CA: Former AC Transit Finance Chief Convicted of Stealing $500K From Church

Former Alameda-Contra Costa Transit chief financial officer Lewis Clinton was convicted Monday of four counts of grand theft and other charges for stealing more than $500,000 from one of Oakland's largest and most prominent churches...

Amtrak Names Transportation Veteran Richard Anderson President and CEO

Amtrak announced that it has named Richard Anderson, a 25-year veteran of the aviation industry, as its next president and chief executive officer.

Valley Metro Boards Chairs Elected for 2017-18

The Valley Metro RPTA and Valley Metro Rail Boards of Directors have elected new officers for the Fiscal Year 2017-18 term.

Laketran Swears in Two New Trustees, Falkowski Reappointed

Two new trustees recently appointed by Lake County Commissioners are Concord Township residents, Dennis M. Lafferty and Lane H. Sheets.

LA Metro to Hold Community Meetings on Pedestrian and Bicycle Corridor in South Los Angeles

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority has invited the public to participate in two community meetings on Thursday, June 29, to discuss design elements and planning for Segment A of the walking and biking path

Sound Transit to Hold Open House on Lynnwood Link Extension Station Designs for Mountlake Terrace

Sound Transit has announced it will hold an open house on Wednesday, June 28 from 6-8 p.m. at Nile Shrine Country Club, 6601 244th St. S.W., where participants can view designs at the 60 percent completion level for the Lynnwood Link Extension

Alstom Obtains ISO 37001 Certification for its Anti-Bribery Management System

Alstom has obtained the first AFAQ ISO 37001 certification awarded by AFNOR Certification following an audit carried out between March and May 2017 at seven sites in France and Europe, confirming its commitment to fight corruption.

CO: Boulder County Looks to Added Lanes to Relieve Congested Arapahoe Road Corridor

Boulder County transportation officials unveiled plans Monday night to help ameliorate the Arapahoe Road corridor's intensifying traffic as leaders brace for decades of future growth.

FirstGroup Maintenance Locations Gain Blue Seal of Excellence

Seventy-five FirstGroup locations in North America have earned the Blue Seal of Excellence. The Blue Seal is given by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE).

MA: MVRTA Cashier Charged with Stealing $75K

A local mother who worked as a cashier at the regional transportation authority confessed to authorities to stealing nearly $75,000 on the job, her defense attorney said Monday.

MA: MBTA's WiFi Plan Finds Opponents Along Rail Lines

Mike Pearson likes to work on his ride between Salem and Boston on the MBTA's commuter rail -- a trip that can take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour.

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