Latest Rail News

Planned work for the first Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) SafeTrack "surge" between Ballston and East Falls Church is at 96 percent complete.

Chicago's Metra started work in June on a project to revitalize its 111th Street/Pullman Station on the Metra Electric Line.

Suppliers are investing in the development of new products that maximize uptime while reducing total cost of ownership.

LACMTA is in the middle of a building boom and has plans to continue that trend in an effort to transform L.A. into a premier transit-friendly city.

Through Metrolinx, the regional transportation authority for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, Ontario has secured an agreement-in-principle with Canadian National that will allow GO Regional Express Rail to be bu ...
RailPros, an engineering and management firm serving the California rail market, has awarded a program management services contract to CH2M to assist with the development and implementation of the Redlands Passenger Rail Project (RPRP) ...

One of the transportation industry's greatest challenges is how can to attract, educate and retain a workforce that has both the skills and the numbers to keep the nation moving.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie and Senate Independent Democratic Conference Leader Jeffrey Klein have reached an agreement on legislation to improve rail safety measures across New York state.

Inspectors from state and federal agencies in Oregon and Washington state are conducting track inspections along the Columbia River Gorge rail line this week between Vancouver and Pasco, Wash.

Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) will halt train service between Elwyn and Swarthmore Stations on the Media/Elwyn Line June 18-19 as work on the Crum Creek Viaduct project intensifies.

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