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Gross & Janes Co. will supply its new borate pre-treated railroad crossties to Kansas City Southern under a three-year contract signed by the two companies recently and is set to go into effect in early 2012. This is the first major railroad company to purchase crossties utilizing Gross & ...
Parsons was recently selected by the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board, which owns and operates Caltrain, the commuter rail between San Francisco and San Mateo and Santa Clara counties, for the design and installation of its $138 million interoperable Communications-Based Overlay Signal Syst ...
RMI, an independent provider of rail Transportation Management Software and comprehensive information services, introduced Transload Management and Demurrage Management as the newest additions to its ShipperConnect software platform at the 2011 IANA-NITL Conference held in Atlanta, Ga., on Novem ...

Washington Metropolitan Transportation Authority will advance major projects to rebuild sections of the Red and Orange lines December 2 to December 4.

The Federal Railroad Administration awarded $150 million to the Michigan Department of Transportation for a high-speed rail project that will increase the safety and reliability of Amtrak's Wolverine and Blue Water services between Detroit and Chicago and put more than 800 Americans back to work ...

Washington state regulators approved funds to improve the safety at railroad crossings in Clark County.

The Federal Railroad Administration awarded a $928.6 million grant to the California High-Speed Rail Authority for initial construction of California high-speed rail. Construction will begin next year in Fresno, Calif., creating tens of thousands of jobs in California.

The Surface Transportation Board issued a decision granting final approval for the Alaska Railroad Corporation to construct and operate approximately 35 miles of a new rail line connecting Port MacKenzie in south-central Alaska, to a point on ARRC's existing mainline, between Wasilla and an area ...

Travelers using Seattle's historic King Street Station, grand and ornate when it opened in 1906, will be transported back to that era when seismic and utility upgrades and historic restoration work are complete in two years. 



South Florida Regional Transportation Authority will receive $5.7 million through the Federal Transit Administration's TIGGER III Grant Program. The funds will be used to construct Tri-Rail's first green, LEED certified, sustainable station at Pompano Beach. The SFRTA project was one of 46 nation ...
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