Jenifer Nunez, assistant editor

Jenifer Nunez, assistant editor

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The Caltrain San Bruno Grade Separation Project has reached an important milestone. Beginning with the first southbound train on May 26, trains will travel on the new elevated grade separation. During construction trains have been operating on a "shoofly" or temporary tracks.

New Jersey Transit has added express service this summer to New Jersey's shore towns, beaches and boardwalks.

The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) has selected the Capital Rail Constructors joint venture for the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project, Phase 2: Package A.

Operating employees of Chicago Terminal Railroad (CTR) have selected United Transportation Union Sheet Metal, Air, Rail & Transportation workers (UTU-SMART) for representation.

RailWorks Corporation, named Mark Patterson president of its transit systems subsidiary L.K. Comstock National Transit, Inc., and named Nuno Pereira president of its Canadian subsidiary PNR RailWorks Inc.

In Minnesota, the Hiawatha light-rail line has been rebranded as the Metro Blue Line, the first of the Twin Cities rapid transit lines. The Metro system will also include Green Line light-rail service between the downtowns (service begins mid-2014).

Wednesday, 22 May 2013 08:56

Axion receives order from Edmonton LRT

Axion International Holdings, Inc., has received a purchase order from a new customer, Edmonton Light Rail Transit, in Edmonton, AB, Canada, for its ECOTRAX ties. These ties will be used for road crossing applications where the transit line's rail tracks intersect with roads.

Rio Grande Pacific Corporation appointed rail industry veteran Tres Meyer as chief operating officer of its Nebraska Central Railroad Company.

STV hired Aarin Silver, PE, as vice president of its Transportation and Infrastructure Division's Western Region.

The U.S. Department of Transportation awarded a $10.9-million Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) 2012 grant to the city of West Memphis, Ark., to expand the city's port.

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