Last winter’s brutal conditions proved difficult for Vancouver’s rail transit industry, and long delays are causing shippers throughout North America to worry that they may be in for a repeat this year.
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority has invested more than $100 million in improved equipment and other technology to prevent weather-related delays during its notoriously cold winters.
A proposed expansion of the NFTA’s Metro Rail could move people from Buffalo to nearby Amherst in as little as seventeen minutes.
The proposed development of Chicago’s North Branch corridor could lead to new public transit options for the city’s residents.
An unusually intense winter storm derailed mass transit throughout to the Northeast earlier this year. Could anti-icing have prevented much of the damage?