Tri-Rail won’t roll into downtown Miami this year

By Katya Maruri, Miami Today; April 17, 2018 As Miami Central Station continues to rise downtown, Jack Stephens, executive director…

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New Long Island Rail Road president Phillip Eng: ‘We are going to get this right’

By Alfonso A. Castillo, Newsday; April 17, 2018 The LIRR’s new president began the process of rebuilding the strained relationship…

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Really want to finally fix New Jersey Transit? Here are 7 ways to start right now

By Larry Higgs, NJ.com; April 13, 2018 NJ Transit riders often compare their daily commute to an ongoing endurance test.…

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South Florida Opinion: Miami-Dade’s transportation isn’t stalled. Actually, it’s on track — mostly

By Xavier Suarez, Miami Herald; April 12, 2018 At first blush, one would think that the transportation SMART plan is…

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Patrick Nowakowski, embattled head of the Long Island Rail Road, to step down

By Alfonso A. Castillo, Newsday; April 12, 2018 Long Island Rail Road president Patrick Nowakowski will resign from his office…

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California: Study rejects developer’s call to cut Caltrain downtown extension to two rails

By Joe Fitzgerald Rodriguez, San Francisco Examiner; April 11, 2018 A peer review released Tuesday found that three rail lines…

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California: SMART Gets Grant To Connect Train Service From San Rafael To Larkspur

By Bay City News Service; SFgate.com; April 9, 2018 Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit has been awarded $22.5 million to connect…

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Connecticut Lawmakers Seek Hearing On Hartford Line Rail Car Lease Controversy

By Gregory B. Hladky, Hartford Courant; April 9, 2018 Connecticut transportation officials knew six years ago that additional rail cars…

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Editorial: Connecticut’s Hartford Line Delays Are Embarrassing

By The Editorial Board, Hartford Courant; April 8, 2018 Considering the amount of time and money already spent on the…

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