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Public Transportation

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  • Aurora approves parking fee hike at Transportation Center

    Aurora approves parking fee hike at Transportation Center
    The Aurora City Council has approved a hike in parking fees at the Aurora Transportation Center. The vote on the increase was unanimous, done as part of the consent agenda with a number of other items. City officials have said the hike is needed to...
  • Maryland to continue to give out free road maps this year

    Maryland will continue to give out free paper state road maps to residents and visitors this year. A Maryland State Highway Administration representative told The Cumberland Times-News (http://bit.ly/1GHx18W ) the state map includes the latest changes to...
  • Second arrest made in Dundalk assault; community vents to school officials

    Second arrest made in Dundalk assault; community vents to school officials
    More than 200 people packed a gym at Baltimore Community High School on Wednesday evening to vent frustrations about a brutal attack by teenagers that sent a Dundalk man to the hospital last week. Police say the 61-year-old man was attacked outside...
  • Newington Councilman Gives Up Majority Leader Post Over State Transit Authority Issue

    Newington Councilman Gives Up Majority Leader Post Over State Transit Authority Issue
    NEWINGTON — Councilman Terry Borjeson's controversial support for a proposed quasi-public authority to guide development around transit stations, such as the CTfastrak bus stops, has led to his resignation as majority leader. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy'...
  • Frustration and reflection for Frederick Douglass High School

    Frustration and reflection for Frederick Douglass High School
    Baltimore city schools CEO Gregory Thornton welcomed students back to Frederick Douglass High School on Wednesday, two days after the school was thrust into a national spotlight when some of its students engaged in a violent exchange with city police....
  • NTSB: Train worker likely to survive if he hadn't jumped

    Officials say a crew member who was aboard a freight train that struck a parked train in New Mexico probably would have survived if he had not jumped from the train right before impact. National Transportation Safety Board investigators said Wednesday...
  • Commuters decry planned rate increase plan

    Commuters decry planned rate increase plan
    HAMMOND – The Northern Indiana Commuter Transit District's proposed 10 percent to 14 percent fare hike brought a small but extremely vocal group opposed to it. Five people showed up to NICTD's public hearing on the increase at the Hammond Public...
  • Man killed by Metra train in Wilmette

    Man killed by Metra train in Wilmette
    Union Pacific North Line Metra trains were beginning to move after a train fatally struck a pedestrian Tuesday afternoon in Wilmette, Metra officials said. Outbound trains scheduled to leave the Ogilvie Transportation Center are beginning to move as...
  • CTA releases details on rebuilding of north sections of Red, Purple lines

    CTA releases details on rebuilding of north sections of Red, Purple lines
    CTA officials have laid out more details of the first stage of rebuilding the northern sections of the Red and Purple lines, saying work could begin as soon as 2017. The first phase will focus on reconstructing tracks, viaducts, bridges and the four...
  • NY transit system bans all political ads on subways, buses

    The nation's largest mass transit system banned all political advertising on its subways and buses Wednesday after a judge ruled that a pro-Israel group was allowed to display an advertisement containing the phrase "Hamas Killing Jews" on New York City...
  • Cheney Railroad hike takes in local history

    Just a few months ago, only a handful of brave souls joined hiking enthusiast and Manchester Historical Society volunteer Susan Barlow on an interpretive hike down the Cheney Rail Trail – bitter cold temperatures and snow kept even the most...