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‘Archer Station’ Will Bring Retail to Former CTA Bus Garage – Transaction handled by TRA

Casey Cora | DNAinfo Chicago BRIGHTON PARK — The site of a demolished, century-old CTA bus garage will get new life as a major retail development under a plan OK'd by the City Council. Plans for the 6-acre "Archer Station"... Continue Reading →

TRA Brings Wi-fi to the MBTA

TRA has successfully negotiated a long-term license agreement to expand and improve both the availability and the quality of the current Wi-Fi service on the MBTA Commuter Rail and Ferry Boats. The state-of-the-art standards will enhance the ridership experience throughout... Continue Reading →

Which DC Metro stations are physically “walkable”?

David Alpert | Greater Greater Washington Anyone who's seen the area around a variety of Metro stations knows that some are very walkable and some are not. Is there a scientific measure of that? Metro planners crunched the numbers to find... Continue Reading →

A chance to look forward on transit in Minneapolis

Elliot Altbaum | Minnesota 2020   The opening of the Central Corridor provides an opportunity to celebrate the two LRT lines that now provide service between St. Paul, Minneapolis, and the airport. It’s important to remember that ridership for Hiawatha (Blue... Continue Reading →

TRA managing MBTA selling of former ferry terminal in Quincy

Thomas Grillo | Boston Business Journal The MBTA is selling the former ferry terminal building and the 7.8-acre parcel at the Fore River Shipyard on Washington Street at the Fore River Bridge in Quincy. The T is seeking bidders for... Continue Reading →

Placemaking Through Transit Oriented Development at the Forest Park MetroLink Station

Lenora Fisher | Citizens For Modern Transit On Tuesday, February 25th CMT welcomed the Transit Oriented Development ‘Deal’ Guy, Francis DeCoste, to St. Louis.  Before a crowd of more than 80 St. Louis civic and community leaders, Mr. DeCoste discussed... Continue Reading →

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