U.S.; Tampa, Florida: Hillsborough transit authority looks to rebuild streetcars for $2.7 Million

By Veronica Brezina-Smith, Reporter, Tampa Bay Business Journal; December 26, 2019 Some of the cars in the TECO Line Streetcar…

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U.S., D.C.: 10 Facts You Probably Didn’t Know About Washington Union Station

By Morgan Voigt, dcist; December 10, 2019 With its arched exterior, classical ornamentation, and vaulted, gilded ceiling, Union Station appears…

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Considering the Rail Passenger Purview

By Mischa Wanek-Libman, Mass Transit Magazine; November 11, 2019 There are many reasons why people should choose public transit; from…

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Tampa, Florida: TECO Line Streetcar nearly triples annual ridership

By Veronica Brezina-Smith, Reporter, Tampa Bay Business Journal; October 18, 2019 The TECO Line Streetcar in Tampa has closed out…

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Is Good Public Transit Becoming More Politically Viable in Texas?

By Peter Simek, Published in FrontBurner, D Magazine; October 7, 2019 In Texas, the stars at night are big and…

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Wisconsin: Report finds funding strategy for Milwaukee’s streetcar unusual compared to other cities

By Victor Jacobo, WDJT CBS 58; September 12, 2019 MADISON, Wis. (CBS 58) — A new report out Thursday takes…

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Tampa, Florida: TECO Line Streetcar hits over 76,000 in ridership

By Veronica Brezina-Smith, Reporter, Tampa Bay Business Journal, August 9, 2019 The TECO Line Streetcar is on a roll. The…

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New Orleans: Large section of St. Charles streetcar line to close for repairs

From Uptown Messenger; July 8, 2019 Nearly half of the St. Charles Avenue streetcar line will shut down for repairs…

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San Francisco delays $62 million for Muni’s new rail fleet after a slew of mishaps

By Rachel Swan, San Francisco Chronicle; April 23, 2019 San Francisco officials delayed millions in funding for Muni’s troubled new…

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Florida: How Tampa Tripled Ridership on its Streetcar

By Angie Schmitt. Streetsblog USA; April 8, 2019 Here’s a happy transit story: A $2.7-million state grant to Tampa’s downtown streetcar…

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New Orleans hits brakes on faster streetcar routes; longer walks to stops drove outrage

BY JEFF ADELSON, The New Orleans Advocate; March 26, 2019 The Regional Transit Authority is pumping the brakes on a…

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Wisconsin: Milwaukee planning to extend streetcar to convention center prior to 2020 Democratic National Convention

By Alex Zank, Biz Times Milwaukee Business News; March 15, 2019 Milwaukee is planning to extend the Hop streetcar system…

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Cincinnati streetcar advertising was 70 percent off budget in 2018, bringing in just over $100K.

By Hannah Sparling, Cincinnati Enquirer; January 28, 2019 Expectation: The Cincinnati Bell Connector would bring in more than $350,000 from…

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Major capital expenditures planned in older U.S. transit and commuter systems

By Paul Conley, Editor-in-Chief, RT&S Magazine; January 22, 2019 There’s an enormous amount of money out there for contractors, vendors…

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Why the West Coast Is Suddenly Beating the East Coast on Transportation

By Emma G. Fitzsimmons, The New York Times; January 1, 2019 When New York City’s transportation commissioner returned from a…

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Book Review: An anti-passenger-rail manifesto

Opinion By David Peter Alan, Chair, Lackawanna Coalition, Railway Age Magazine; November 13, 2018 “Romance of the Rails: Why the Passenger Trains…

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‘They’re Bold and Fresh’: The Millennials Disrupting Boston’s Transit System

By ERICK TRICKEY, Politico Magazine; October 25, 2018 BOSTON—One Sunday night two years ago, Marc Ebuña and Ari Ofsevit stayed…

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New Orleans streetcars to run all night along Canal Street, Riverfront

By Beau Evans, The Times-Picayune; September 25, 2018 Streetcars running down Canal Street will soon take a turn and run…

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HNTB Releases New Survey: Americans Overwhelmingly Believe Public Transportation Should Receive Government Funding

A press release from HNTB Corporation; September 24, 2018: NEW YORK (PRWEB)September 24, 2018 Key findings include: Eight-six percent of…

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