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The U.S. Department of Transportation awarded $800 million more in federal funds to Florida to build a high-speed rail line slated to run from Tampa to Orlando. The additional $800 million comes on top of $1.25 billion President Obama announced in January the state would receive for th ...
The Federal Railroad Administration awarded $230 million in federal funding to expand high-speed passenger rail service between Chicago, the Quad Cities and Iowa City. The Iowa Legislature has already appropriated $3.5 million for the project and must approve an additional $16.5 millio ...
The Jackson & Lansing Railroad Company, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Adrian & Blissfield Rail Road Company, a Michigan-based company, has acquired 47 miles of track from Jackson, MI, to Lansing from Norfolk Southern. The Adrian & Blissfield Rail Road operates number of f ...
The Association of American Railroads awarded the 2010 Professional Environmental Excellence Award to BNSF Railway Director of Environmental Remediation David C. Clark. Based in Topeka, Kan., Clark has 35 years of environmental experience all within the rail industry. The award was presented at ...

The Association of American Railroads and the Transportation Technology Center, Inc., established a TTCI Research Advisory Board. Developed to provide feedback on AAR's Strategic Research Initiatives and on how TTCI can best serve the AAR Affiliates and the Associates, the board will consist of members drawn from AAR's Gold Associate and Affiliate programs.

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Union Pacific will improve Wisconsin and Illinois' transportation infrastructures by investing nearly $15 million to improve the freight rail line that runs from Milwaukee, Wis., to Chicago, Ill. Work on the more than 75-mile stretch of railroad track began April 23 and is scheduled to be completed by mid-December.

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It will be easier than ever to step right on board a light rail train starting Saturday, November 6, when Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) marks the debut of level boarding at all light rail stations.

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Excitement abounds within the University Circle community, as the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority learned it received $10.5 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation to reconstruct the 53-year-old University Circle Rapid Station. Of the $600 million available in competitive federal grants for the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) II program around the country, RTA's University Circle Rapid Station is one of 42 capital projects selected and the only Ohio project.

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CSX Corporation said that, for the second year in a row, the company is ranked highest among all Class 1 freight railroads in Newsweek's 2010 Green Ranking of the 500 largest U.S. companies. The company is ranked 10th among all transport and aerospace companies and 215 overall.

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A fast-growing Northern Indiana steelmaker has begun making railroad beams three times longer than normal, the Indianapolis Star reports. The longer rails require fewer welds at installation and foster quicker safety inspections, both in an effort to cut expenses and increase railroad durability for the nation's train industry.

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