U.S. OP-ED: Happy 56th birthday to federal funding for public transportation

By Larry Penner, Mass Transit Magazine; July 9, 2020 July 2020 marks the 56th Anniversary of federal government support for…

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U.K.: Escaped cow blocks Scottish commuter train for an hour

By Ben Hooper, UPI; January 14, 2020 Jan. 14 (UPI) — A large highland cow was dubbed an “absolute unit”…

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Your Metro-North commute could get shorter if this new Connecticut transportation plan gets approved

By Eliza Fawcett and Christopher Keating, Hartford Courant; October 16, 2019 New York City could get a little closer under a…

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California: If bullet train money is available, Metrolink says it could boost ridership, reliability from Burbank to Anaheim

By Alicia Robinson, The Orange County Register; October 9, 2019 If Metrolink becomes the beneficiary of billions of dollars slated…

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No fare hikes as Chicago Metra relishes capital infusion

By Marni Pyke, Chicago Daily Herald, Chicago Sun-Times; September 11, 2019 After years of gloomy budget forecasts, Metra riders Wednesday…

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How driving a train became one of Canada’s Best Jobs

By Mariyam Khaja, Canadian Business; June 11, 2019 While working in the office of an insurance company back in 2007,…

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Squirrel takes a ride on the subway in Boston

By Ben Hooper, UPI; April 29, 2019 April 29 (UPI) — Passengers on a Boston commuter train came to the…

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Video: New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy Talks New York Penn Station Improvements

From CBS New York 2; February 13, 2019 New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says NJ TRANSIT has settled its debt…

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Like riding SunRail at night? You’re in luck. The late southbound train will run for several months.

By Ryan Lynch, Staff Writer, Orlando Business Journal; January 8, 2019 A later southbound SunRail train option has been extended…

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Another procession to the morgue, this time after 2 Chicago officers struck and killed by train

By Jeremy Gorner, William Lee, Madeline Buckley and Hannah Leone, Chicago Tribune; December 18, 2018 A long procession of police…

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