The funding will help to plug the gap between the additional cost of running services as a result of COVID-19, and decreased ticket revenue collected by bus operators.
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The reopening of Line 12 means Madrid’s southern suburbs are reconnected to the city’s main metro network, with the works reportedly improving train speeds and journey times.
The CTA’s decision has proved controversial among some transit unions, but the authority has insisted it does not want to fire anyone.
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King County Metro says it will be measuring who is impacted by the new measures, to ensure that it does not “perpetuate inequities” as a result of the additional staff being deployed.
Annicaro has worked within the bus sector for nearly two decades and will now oversee the U.S’ biggest fleet of municipal buses in its biggest city.
Irish transport could soon return to full capacity, with plans to be assessed by the Irish cabinet next week. Buses and trains on the island have had restricted capacities to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
New York’s Central Business District Tolling Program has taken one step closer to fruition after the relevant authorities agreed to launch the public outreach process to assess the pros and cons of the scheme.
The new improvements will see electric tram-trains running on the South Wales Metro, in what Transport for Wales hopes will a revolutionary improvement for the region’s transport network.
The popular Sapsan high-speed route between Moscow and St Petersburg will be integrated into the city's transport network to make connections more convenient.
The Rail Delivery Group is working with law enforcement to raise awareness of what constitutes sexual harassment, after government research revealed the scale of the problem.
Among the plans to improve the city’s bus network is an increased rollout of Transit Signal Priority and 20 additional miles of bus lanes to speed up journey times.
There is optimism among many in Northern Ireland that the late-night service will offer a crucial boost to hospitality businesses throughout the region.