The Future of European Transit: Driverless and Utilitarian

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Spread the loveTweet Forgoing the latest automotive trends of aerodynamics and style, European transportation groups and city planners are instead aiming to connect these unglamorous driverless vehicles to existing public…


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Collecting Fares Is Latest Problem for New Jersey Transit

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Spread the loveTweet In recent weeks, New Jersey Transit commuters have grown furious over near-constant delays traveling to Penn Station. More pain is expected this summer, when Amtrak plans to…


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Key to Improving Subway Service in New York? Modern Signals

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Spread the loveTweetA More Modern Tube Then there is London. A close look at how it is attacking the same problems could provide something of a blueprint for New York.…


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Critic’s Notebook: Cuomo Has the Opportunity to Fix Penn Station, but Will He?

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Spread the loveTweetAbout 650,000 daily passengers, a number equivalent to the entire population of Boston (and steadily rising), use the station entombed below Madison Square Garden in Manhattan. They ride…


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Why a Midtown Power Outage Snarled the Morning Commute on New York Subways

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Spread the loveTweetAny train that was not rerouted had to be manually directed through the station, a particularly time-consuming process, according to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which operates the subways.…


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