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Governor Cuomo Announces Janno Lieber Appointed MTA Chief Development Officer

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and Metropolitan Transportation Authority Interim Executive Director Ronnie Hakim have announced that Janno Lieber will join the senior executive ranks of the MTA as chief development officer.

New Flyer Electrifies US DOT's Earth Day Fair with Electric Buses

New Flyer Industries Inc. (New Flyer) signaled its expansion in electric mass transportation, showcasing the Xcelsior XE40 electric bus it has delivered to Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (Metro) at the U.S. DOT Earth Day Fair.

Next stop for L.A. Metro: A committee focusing on what it's like to be a rider

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority has seven committees of elected officials that debate issues as high-profile as rail construction budgets, and as obscure as the amount of water needed to wash 2,248 buses. What doesn’t exist is a panel that focuses on what it’s like to take transit in...

Staten Island Lawmaker Asks for Study of Reestablishing the Two-way Verrazano Bridge Toll

Brooklyn Paper reports, “Staten Island Rep. Dan Donovan has asked the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to study the impact of reestablishing a two-way toll on the Verrazano Bridge, which would nix the current one-way toll that’s...Show More Summary

L.A. Metro, CRRC Conduct Signing Ceremony for New $178M Subway Car Contract

Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) officials joined executives from China Railway Rolling Stock Corp. Ltd. (CRRC) in a signing ceremony at the Union Station Metro Red Line Station

RMTA CEO Resigns

Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that the Richmond Metropolitan Transportation Authority  board accepted the resignation of CEO Angela Gray with thanks for her “leadership over the past four years as she has successfully navigated the...Show More Summary

Metro is eliminating free parking at the San Fernando Valley's two Red Line stations

In a push to free up spaces for Los Angeles County subway commuters, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority will begin charging for parking at the San Fernando Valley’s two Metro Red Line stations later this month. Starting April 24, parking at the North Hollywood and Universal City/Studio City...

Fitch Affirms Its Rating of Richmond MTA Toll Bonds

Fitch Ratings “has affirmed the ‘A’ rating on the Richmond Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s... approximately $86 million in outstanding expressway toll revenue bonds, series 1998, 2002, and 2011-D. The Rating Outlook is Stable.” The post Fitch Affirms Its Rating of Richmond MTA Toll Bonds appeared first on Toll Roads News.

Afternoon Coffee: MTA’s CPO Fired in Procurement Scandal, Amazon Business Launches in UK

Categories: Afternoon Coffee Tags: General News The chief procurement officer (CPO) for New York City’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is under investigation for a suspected bribery scheme, the New York Post reports. Amazon announced Tuesday it is launching its B2B marketplace in the UK. Show More Summary

MTA Board Approves Subway and Bus Initiatives for Faster Repairs, Better Stations, Better Service

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board on Monday voted on measures to improve service for millions of New Yorkers who use subways and buses, including a contract to shorten the 2019 Canarsie Tunnel closure by 3 months

MTA Board Approves Subway & Bus Initiatives

Earlier today the MTA Board approved new subway & bus initiatives for faster repairs. Here is more via the official press release I received: The Metropolitan Transportation Authority Board on Monday voted on measures to improve service for millions of New Yorkers who use subways and buses, including a contract to shorten the 2019 Canarsie […]

Metro hasn't figured out how to manage its freeway express lanes. Why not return them to carpoolers?

To the editor: It’s time for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority to admit its mistakes and return the toll lanes that are also open to cars with multiple occupants to their rightful users: carpoolers. (“L.A. County will consider tighter rules for carpool and toll lanes,”...

Grande West Announces First US Public Transit Order

Grande West Transportation Group Inc. (Grande West) has announce an order from the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA).

China Railway to build 64 railcars for Metro

China Railway Rolling Stock has secured a $647m contract to build 64 new railcars for the US Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (Metro) Red and Purple lines.

L.A. Metro Launches Operation: Better Ride with Increased Law Enforcement and Security Patrols

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) is increasing law enforcement and security patrols on the Metro System starting to help improve the ridership experience for its transit customers.

Metro-North To Suspend Service As Of Noon

Hot off the presses, the MTA has just literally announced that due to the changes in the weather, Metro-North service will suspend all service as of noon. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is advising commuters to stay home, with service cancellations increasing as the storm conditions continue to worsen. Metro-North Railroad will be suspending all […]

L.A. Metro Invites Public to Rail-to-Rail/River Project Meetings on March 23

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) has invited residents, business owners, stakeholders and the general public to two meetings on March 23 in Huntington Park to discuss segment B of the Rail-to-Rail/River project.

‘Stay awake, not afraid’: Artist replaces New York subway signs with disruptive anti-Trump posters

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Two New York City subway cars were upgraded overnight on Wednesday, March 8 after an artist installed new posters alongside the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (MTA) original “If you see something, say something” posters, Gothamist reported. The original MTA posters were...

NY MTA Video: Operation Track Sweep

The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is testing new mobile vacs to help keep its tracks cleaner, because trash on the tracks causes fires and fires cause train delays.

L.A. Metro Receives Unsolicited Proposal to Accelerate Orange Line Conversion to Light Rail Through a P3

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) has received an unsolicited proposal from Fluor Enterprises Inc., to accelerate conversion of the Orange Line from bus rapid transit to light rail through a public-private partnership

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