Switzerland: Passengers forced off jam-packed Zurich-bound train over safety concerns

From The Local; May 23, 2019 A number of commuters travelling to Zurich on Thursday morning where forced to disembark…

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BACK ON TRACK in Massachusetts: CapeFLYER resumes summer rail service to Hyannis

From Wicked Local Lexington; May 23, 2019 Keolis Commuter Services (Keolis), the MBTA’s operating partner for commuter rail, and the…

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Chicago Metra revises BNSF Line service to address crowding

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; May 22, 2019 Beginning June 3, Metra will add two trains to its BNSF Line weekday…

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Texas: DART Begins the Search for its First Chief Innovation Officer

By Lance Murray, Dallas Innovates; May 15, 2019 Dallas Area Rapid Transit is looking for a chief innovation officer, a…

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Connecticut opinion: Metro-North must adopt better maintenance practices

By Robert Hale and Roger Senserrich, Connecticut Post; May 1, 2019 Gov. Ned Lamont’s 30-30-30 plan represents a long-needed, concrete…

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Traxx Restaurant in Los Angeles Union Station Closes

By Jon Regardie, DT News; April 30, 2019 DTLA—Another iconic Downtown Los Angeles restaurant has closed. This time, it’s Traxx,…

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Congressman To Amtrak: Fix Chicago Union Station’s Falling Concrete

By Tim McNicholas, CBS Chicago 2; May 1, 2019 CHICAGO (CBS) — A U.S. Congressman is calling on Amtrak to…

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California Rail Warriors: As more workers commute by train, Amtrak has plans to get them there quicker

By Allen Pierleoni, Comstock’s; April 30, 2019 Without it — and the 200,000-plus miles of track that followed because of…

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Rhode Island: By rail and sea, Alviti looks to enhance mass transit

By JOHN HOWELL, Warwick Beacon; April 30, 2019 It takes an hour, and often a bit longer, to travel by…

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Concrete falls on tracks at Chicago Union Station; no one harmed

By Marni Pyke, Chicago Daily Herald; May 1, 2019 Metra commuters heading to Union Station Wednesday morning experienced some delays…

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Watchdog group to New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority: Shrink labor costs, save hundreds of millions

By Alfonso A. Castillo, Newsday; April 30, 2019 A new report by a fiscal watchdog group calls on the MTA…

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How railroads are keeping trains safe from hackers

By Steven Melendez, Fast Company; April 29, 2019 Railroads have historically focused on safety, from ensuring tracks and trains are…

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Late night Atlantic City trains get ax under New Jersey Transit plan

By MICHELLE BRUNETTI POST, Staff Writer, Press of Atlantic City; April 29, 2019 ATLANTIC CITY — NJ Transit gives, and…

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Opinion – Bury the Gateway plan: The L train method is the proven way to repair the Hudson tubes

By The Editorial Board, New York Daily News; April 29, 2019 Amtrak’s $30 billion Gateway boondoggle, centered around repairing the…

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Overtime for Long Island Rail Road employees up more than 50 percent since 2015

By Alfonso A. Castillo, Newsday; April 29, 2019 The Long Island Rail Road’s overtime costs, which already are more than…

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Los Angeles Union Station 80th Anniversary Celebration

From Discover Los Angeles; April 29, 2019 L.A.’s iconic Union Station turns 80 this May. The largest train terminal in…

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Riding the Connecitcut rails with Department Of Transportation and Metro-North leaders

By Jacqueline Smith, NewsTimes; April 26, 2019 Joe Giulietti donned his charcoal pin-striped suit, strapped on black boots with two…

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New York: Ridership surges on Metro-North, no thanks to the Manhattan commuter

By Thomas C. Zambito, Rockland/Westchester Journal News; April 25, 2019 Six years ago, Metro-North rolled out the biggest service expansion…

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Massachusetts to fund South Coast rail service extension

By Johanna Seltz, Correspondent, The Boston Globe; April 26, 2019 The state, and not the MBTA, will pick up the…

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Survey: Many commuters in Massachusetts appear near ‘breaking point’ with delays in transportation

By Dialynn Dwyer, Boston.com; April 25, 2019 If you’re sick and tired of your commute by rail or road in…

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Boston Surface Railroad has a transport solution for the Northeast’s underserved metropolitan regions

By Mischa Wanek-Libman, Mass Transit Magazine; April 25, 2019 The Northeast boasts some of the best transportation systems in the…

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New York’s MTA paid $418 million in overtime in 2018: report

By Katie Corrado, WPIX 11; April 24, 2019 NEW YORK — Fare hikes began on Sunday, but it looks like…

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Bon voyage: a look at popular train fare concepts around the world

By Adele Berti, Railway Technology; April 18, 2019 From Citymapper’s new, all-inclusive London pass to Germany’s one-day ticket to travel…

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Chicago Metra, politicians unload on Amtrak over system failure February 28

By Mitch Dudek, Chicago Sun-Times; April 16, 2019 Metra’s CEO asserted Tuesday that if Metra controlled Union Station instead of…

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Washington, D.C. metropolitan area: A MARC train to HQ2? A VRE train to Baltimore? This study will answer whether the market’s there.

By Jonathan Capriel, Staff Reporter, Washington Business Journal; April 12, 2019 Could a future Amazon.com Inc. employee living deep in…

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