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AR: CATA to Host Four Community Outreach Events in May

The Central Arkansas Transit Authority (CATA) will host four community outreach events in May at Main, Fletcher, Rooker, and Laman libraries located in Little Rock and North Little Rock.

IN: City to Replace CATS Fleet

For most people, when a vehicle surpasses the 100,000-mile mark, it's time to consider the purchase of a new vehicle. With 7-year-old buses registering 250,000 miles, Anderson is looking to replace its aging transportation fleet.

MI: Potential for New Services Makes Commuter Challenge More Relevant Than Ever

With the potential for new transit services and the launch of the bike share program, employees may soon have even more options to get to and from work.

PA: SEPTA Improvement Projects For Delaware County Unveiled

Several long-needed rail infrastructure improvements in Delaware County will move forward this year thanks to newly available transportation funding from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, SEPTA and local officials announced April 21...

NY: Falls Train Station is Back on Track

Decades-old plans for a new train station in the city appear to be finally coming to fruition. Groundbreaking on the last phase of a $41 million Niagara Falls International Railway Station and Intermodal Transportation Center may begin as soon as next month after a construction contract was awarded to a Falls firm last week.

MS: Regional Community Transit Meetings Set for Tuesday

From public leaders to public school students, state transportation officials extend an open invitation for regional transportation discussions Tuesday.

NM: Santa Fe Bicyclist Hit and Killed by Rail Runner

The Rail Runner train struck and killed a 60-year-old female bicyclist while leaving Santa Fe.

Passenger Train Derails in Kazakhstan

Some 13 cars of the passenger train No.42, which was en route from Almaty to Atyrau, derailed between the junctions of Zhanterek and Enbay in 328 kilometers of the railway, in the district of Kyzylkugin on April 19, 2014, at 17:55. The train consists of 19 cars, including 16 passenger cars. In total, there were 586 passengers and 26 conductors in the train.

FL: Transportation Officials, Firms Unsure of Bollywood Impact

City transportation could be tested with up to 30,000 people expected in town for Bollywood, the International Indian Film Academy Awards events from Wednesday through Saturday.

MN: Worth of Housing Along Central Corridor Rail Line Debated

Light-rail projects such as the Central Corridor or its future extension, the Southwest Line, are touted by officials as ways to connect low-income workers and residents of affordable housing to jobs throughout the metro.

OH: TARTA's Future in Rossford Debated

The question of whether Rossford should remain a member of the Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority is back in play, with an opinion by the Wood County prosecutor stating that the issue should be put on the ballot this year.

AZ: Tucson Drops Plan to Raise Bus Fares

Bus riders can rest easy now -- city officials have scrapped the idea of raising fares this year.

PA: Lackawanna, Luzerne Counties Weighing Carpooling Services Proposal

Transportation planners in both counties are weighing a proposal from Commuter Services of Pennsylvania to increase carpooling opportunities for Northeastern Pennsylvania residents and promote more widespread use of public transportation.

Get Out The Vote: Yes on Prop 1

Tomorrow’s election is going to be close and every vote is going to count. As a daily reader of STB I’m not worried about you voting Yes on Prop 1. But now’s the time to get your friends, family and co-workers to vote as well as all of the other people that value Metro as much as […]

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