U.S.: How U.S. Public Transit Can Survive Coronavirus

By Alon Levy and Eric Goldwyn, City Lab; April 24, 2020 Public transportation has been in a state of crisis…

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Surfliner’s up! David Allen rides Amtrak to San Diego

By David Allen, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin; July 6, 2019 Usually I go car-free on vacation. This time, I went…

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Worcester, Massachusetts gears up mass transportation, but long road lies ahead

By Cyrus Moulton, Telegram & Gazette Staff, The Telegram; September 29, 2018 WORCESTER – Twenty years ago, Union Station was…

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OP-ED – The Hartford Line: The Train to the Future May Yet Stop Here

By Susan Bigelow, Connecticut News Junkie; June 21, 2018 I crammed myself aboard an Amtrak train with a few hundred…

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Fort Worth, Texas is getting rid of ‘the T.’ Will you still be able to catch a bus or train?

By Gordon Dickson, Fort Worth Star-Telegram; January 31, 2018 Fort Worth is getting rid of the T. But it’s not…

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Wilmington, North Carolina: The little project that could? Rail realignment could transform the region, for a price

By Benjamin Schachtman, Port City Daily; December 11, 2017 WILMINGTON — The rail realignment project is an ambitious plan to…

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