Boston: 1 in 3 MBTA workers earned more than $100,000 last year

By David L. Harris, Associate Managing Editor, Boston Business Journal; February 16, 2018 One in three workers at the Massachusetts…

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Florida: Business leader pitches Tampa Bay light rail, but not on backs of local taxpayers

By Mitch Perry, Florida Politics; February 16, 2018 There are a lot of issues in the Tampa Bay area, but…

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Metro-North safe from Amtrak positive train control threats

By Matt Coyne, lohud.com; February 16, 2018 Attention Metro-North riders: Have no fear about Amtrak’s threats here. The national railroad’s…

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Chicago: Over 2 dozen CTA, Metra workers disciplined over speeding trains in past 5 years

By Robert Herguth, Chicago Sun-Times; February 16, 2018 Turns out that lead-foots in the Chicago area aren’t just on the…

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New Jersey Transit trains could be banned from tunnels to New York City at end of year

By Jonathan D. Salant, NJ.com; February 15, 2018 WASHINGTON — NJ Transit trains could be kept out of the Hudson River tunnels…

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New Jersey Transit to Add Train Cars in Bid to Ease Chronic Overcrowding

By Elise Young, Bloomberg, February 15, 2018 New Jersey Transit is adding 40 train cars to relieve chronic crowding at…

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New Jersey Transit Has Worst Monthly Performance Since Penn Station Work

By Sandi Friberg, Bloomberg; February 15, 2018 New Jersey Transit in January had its worst monthly on-time rail performance since…

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New York: Metro-North’s legal costs soar to $90M for Spuyten Duyvil and other rail accidents

By Thomas C. Zambito, LoHud.com; February 12, 2018 Metro-North has spent nearly $90 million to resolve legal claims for deaths…

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California: Here’s the ‘artful’ way Sacramento is covering bad paint jobs on light rail trains

By Tony Bizjak, The Sacramento Bee; February 12, 2018 Sacramento Regional Transit has found an artful way of covering the…

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