David Crossley, Jun 30, 11.
The Beijing–Shanghai high speed rail line has opened today, marking the world's largest high-speed rail network.
Alan Halter, Jun 29, 11.
The Japanese government gave Central Japan Railway permission to begin construction on the Tokyo-Nagoya-Osaka line which will cost $112 billion.
Roha Teferra, Jun 29, 11.
Roughly six months after the opening of the new Green rail line, DART reveals that overall rail ridership has decreased.
David Crossley, Jun 28, 11.
US DOT Secretary Ray LaHood announced $1.58 billion for transit projects in the , including $150 million for Metro's North and Southeast lines.
David Crossley, Jun 20, 11.
US DOT Secretary Ray LaHood announced $175 million in livability grants available to increase and improve urban, suburban and rural transportation options
Denton's A-train will take commuters to the DART Carrollton station for a transfer to the light rail system.
Vilas Bhuchar, Jun 17, 11.
Jay Blazek Crossley, Jun 14, 11.
The financial benefits of living in transit-friendly walkable areas
David Crossley, Jun 14, 11.
Baby boomers will live in communities where public transportation service is poor or non-existent, with 68% of seniors in the Houston region limited to cars.
The America Fast Forward proposal for a type of national infrastructure bank could help Houston complete its innovative light rail system sooner.
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