Jenifer Nunez, assistant editor

Jenifer Nunez, assistant editor

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Tuesday, 05 November 2013 16:07

Engineering Chicago-St. Louis HSR

Coordinating a project of this scope, size and time-frame requires ultimate cooperation between all parties involved.

Tuesday, 05 November 2013 15:56

Advances in switch machines and stands

As technologies advance, manufacturers of switch machines and switch stands are keeping up to speed to provide railroads reliable switching equipment.

Tuesday, 05 November 2013 15:42

Improving inspection of turnouts

Developing technologies aim to enhance the accuracy and effectiveness of turnout inspection.

In Portland, Ore., TriMet reorganized its Operations Division with a goal to improve service to riders with greater reliability.

In Illinois, Fox River Grove President Robert Nunamaker, Metra Board Member Jack Schaffer, interim Executive Director Don Orseno and other officials dedicated the newly rebuilt Metra Fox River Grove Station on the UP Northwest Line.

Monday, 04 November 2013 14:28

CREATE 71st Street grade separation complete

On November 2, Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn was joined by local and state officials to open the new 71st Street railroad underpass in Bridgeview, a Chicago Region Environmental and Transportation Efficiency (CREATE) project that will greatly reduce traffic delays and improve safety at the former automobile/rail intersection.

The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (SCVTA) celebrated a major project milestone for the Mission Warren Area Improvements Project in southern Fremont, Calif., when the first Union Pacific freight train traveled over one of the two recently completed bridges, spanning Mission Boulevard and Warren Avenue.

Full train service between 69th Street Transportation Center and Norristown Transportation Center (NTC) on Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority's (SEPTA) Norristown High Speed Line (NHSL) will resume on November 11, 2013, following a four-month repair project that closed SEPTA's Bridgeport Viaduct,

Bay Area Rapid Transit's (BART) four-year labor contract agreements have been approved by its two largest unions. According to BART, the agreements lay the groundwork for continued reliable service for years to come.

Washington state's Eastside Rail Corridor Regional Advisory Council (RAC) has given its unanimous approval of a report affirming cooperation on future uses of the corridor.

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