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Harsco Corporation's Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer, Salvatore Fazzolari has resigned, effective immediately. Harsco Director Henry Knueppel will serve as interim chairman & CEO while the Board of Directors conducts a search for a permanent successor.

The final year of heavy construction on the Central Corridor Light Rail Transit Project is kicking off.

The Washington Metropolitan Transportation Authority will take a break from its aggressive schedule of trackwork and rebuilding to accommodate customers traveling during Cherry Blossom season.

Aaron Coester has been named vice president, informa¬tion technology of Watco Companies, LLC. His responsibilities will include overseeing information technol¬ogy software and services related to RMI, WATSS and SAP.

TriMet in Portland, Ore., has a solar project at the South Terminus of the MAX Green and Yellow lines at SW Jackson Street that is now operational. Located near Portland State University, it's the largest solar project in downtown Portland and a first for the MAX light-rail system.

The Chicago Transit Authority's President Forrest Claypool exposed millions in waste at CTA supply warehouses, while unveiling a host of improvements to the agency's system for managing parts and materials; each designed to reduce costs, increase oversight and improve operations.

Unitrac Railroad Materials, Inc., received a three year contract to supply special trackwork to the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority. The amount of manufactured trackwork that will be provided by Unitrac under this contract is valued at approximately $8 million over the next three y ...

CSX has expanded its Domain Operations Controller system located at Boyles Yard in Birmingham, Ala.

21 February 2012

Del Cueto addresses KCS

On February 15, KCS de Mexico director ejecutivo de operaciones Oscar Del Cueto and gerente de desarrollo de negocios internacionales Marco Cervantes attended BNamericas Mexico Infrastructure Summit in Mexico City.

Metropolitan Transportation Authority New York City Transit wrapped up its second FASTRACK line segment closure successfully completing an ambitious schedule of work on the Seventh Avenue Line from 34 th Street-Penn Station to Atlantic Avenue in Brooklyn. NYCT said it remains clear that the FASTR ...
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