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Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy released $30 million in federal funding for the Amtrak-owned New Haven-Hartford-Springfield passenger rail corridor. In May 2011, the Federal Railroad Administration announced that Connecticut would receive $30 million of the $2 billion in federal funding that the ...
CSX Intermodal Terminals, Inc., won the Dr. William W. Hay Award for Excellence on Monday, Sept. 19 at the AREMA Annual Conference as part of Railway Interchange 2011 in Minneapolis for it's work on CSX Intermodal Terminals Northwest Trans-Shipment Terminal.
KCS' "L" line provides a direct connection from the ports of Altamira and Tampico on the Gulf Coast to central Mexico, the Pacific Coast and the U.S. KCS' Mexico-based business development team, led by vice president sales and marketing David Eaton, traveled to the region for a series ...
Loram Maintenance of Way Inc. and Tranergy Corporation have reached a definitive agreement for Loram to acquire all assets of Tranergy. "Loram's vision is to be respected globally as the leader in the railway infrastructure markets we serve. The Tranergy acquisition allows Loram ...
The Maryland Department of Transportation received $22 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation to complete preliminary engineering and environmental work for replacement and expansion of the Susquehanna River Bridge on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor that stretches from Boston, Mass., to ...
VIA Rail Canada has completed CA$3 million (US$3,050,330) to Union Station in Winnipeg, MB, Canada. The Honorable Steven Fletcher, Minister of State (Transport) was joined by VIA Chairman Paul G. Smith; VIA President Marc Laliberté; Winnipeg Deputy Mayor Justin Swandel and BOMA Manitoba P ...
Canadian Pacific is bringing a unique competition to Minneapolis as the railroad's annual Spike Driving Competition is being held in the United States for the first time. Following district "spike offs," the top 16 men and women across CP's 14,800-mile network in Canada a ...
A project to create a new connection to three railroads from the Iron Highway Industrial Park at Leipsic, Ohio, will be administered by the Ohio Rail Development Commission, after ORDC Commissioners approved the move at its regular meeting. ORDC will administer the funding for the project on behalf ...
Three weeks after Hurricane Irene caused catastrophic damage that forced a complete shutdown of the Port Jervis Line, the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Metro-North Railroad will partially resume rail service on the line Monday, September 19. Simultaneously, a massive effort is ...
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York awarded a contract to excavate the cavern that will house the 86th Street Station of the Second Avenue Subway and build the station's basic structure. The contract, valued at $301 million, was awarded to a joint venture of Skanska USA and Tra ...
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