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L.A. Metro Celebrates Ceremonial Naming, Lowering of Tunnel Boring Machine

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) recently joined elected officials and community stakeholders in Little Tokyo at the ceremonial naming and lowering of a segment of the tunnel boring machine (TBM)

MTA Metro-North Railroad Seeking Ideas to Revitalize Lightly Used East-West Rail Line

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority and MTA Metro-North Railroad are asking companies and organizations to step forward with ideas for how to revitalize a little-used rail line that runs east-west across Dutchess and Putnam Counties.

L.A. Metro and Kinkisharyo Deliver on Jobs and Economic Development Promises

Since beginning operations in Palmdale working on a contract for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) to produce a new generation of light rail vehicles (LRV), Kinkisharyo International has added 404 new jobs

L.A. Metro Regional Connector Weekend Decking Work/Flower Street Closure

Regional Connector Constructors (RCC) work crews under contract to the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) will begin a series of full weekend closures along Flower Street in downtown Los Angeles

Washington Metro Accessibility Advisory Committee Seeks Nominations for Heddinger Award

Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority's (Metro) Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC) is seeking nominations for the 2016 Richard W. Heddinger Accessible Transportation Award.

New York State to Eliminate Cash Option for Paying Tolls

2 weeks agoNews : NYTimes: News

In an effort to reduce congestion, tollbooths will be eliminated at all Metropolitan Transportation Authority bridges and tunnels next year.

Too Late for Sonny Corleone: Gov. Cuomo Rolls Out Open Road Tolling Plan for MTA Tunnels, Bridges. Plans Call for Making the Structures into “Luminescent works of Public Art”

New York Daily News reports, “This toll change is too late for Sonny Corleone. Bridges and tunnels owned by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority will get an automated “open road” system that will mean no more tollbooths to tie up traffic, Gov. Show More Summary

L.A. Metro Awards Talgo Inc. the A650 Heavy Rail Vehicle Overhaul and Critical Component Replacement Project

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) awarded Talgo Inc., on September 22, a project to overhaul critical systems and subsystems to 74 vehicles assigned to the Red Line

New MTA Photography Exhibits at 2 Stations Examine City Waterfronts in Transition

Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Arts & Design has installed additions to two of its major art programs, Lightbox photography and Poetry in Motion, to welcome customers back from summer holiday with new art on view.

MTA Earns Props for Improving its Financial Position, Recovering from Recession

New York State Comptroller says, “The outlook for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (MTA) budget has improved considerably over the past year thanks to the economic recovery as well as low energy costs and interest rates, according to a report released today by State Comptroller Thomas P. Show More Summary

L.A. Metro Board Approves $4.14M in New Round of Open Streets Events in Los Angeles County

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board of Directors has approved $4.14 million for a new round of Open Streets events that temporarily close streets to automobile traffic and create one-day opportunities.

L.A. Metro Board Approves Security Enhancements On Transit System

As part of its strategy on enhancing security and rider experience on the transit system, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) Board of Directors has approved a contract to nearly double the amount of contract

Fitch on MTA Bonds

Fitch Ratings “has assigned an ‘A’ rating to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), New York’s approximately $600 million transportation revenue refunding bonds, series 2016D. The Rating Outlook is Stable....” The post Fitch on MTA Bonds appeared first on Toll Roads News.

L.A. Metro Set to Begin Environmental Clearance Process for West Santa Ana Branch Rail Line

Connecting southeast L.A. County to the regional transit system moved one step closer to reality when the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) Board approved contracts to proceed with environmental work.

Tillemann and McCormick: Pave the way for self-driving cars

4 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

In mid-July, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced that the L train, one of the main...

PA: PennDOT OK with Lawsuit Settling EMTA Dispute

A pending lawsuit could be the mechanism that finally ends the city/county dispute over the Erie Metropolitan Transit Authority's operating charter. The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation would be fine with that.

Seventy Percent of Passengers on the L.A. Metro Expo Line are New Riders

A new survey conducted by the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) found that 70 percent of those using the Expo Line to Santa Monica are new riders and of those new riders 44 percent used to drive.

New York: Don't use your Galaxy Note 7 on the subway

Samsung just can't catch a break. On top of aviation regulators and safety officials warning against using pre-recall versions of the Galaxy Note 7, New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority now says that Note 7 owners are "urged" against using or charging their phone on buses and trains. Show More Summary

New York City subway issues official Samsung Note 7 warning

Bringing to mind the slow rolling disaster that was the hoverboard recall, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has issued an official warning against using the Samsung Note 7 on the New York subway.  SEE ALSO: Exploding Samsung...Show More Summary

Capital Metro Receives $11.2M FTA Grant

The Federal Transit Agency (FTA) recently announced that the Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority will receive an $11.2 million FTA grant to be used for the purchase of new buses.

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