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Via Rail Canada revealed a contingency plan should a work stoppage occur next week. The plan calls for running a skeleton schedule of train services across Canada if ticketing vendors and maintenance staff go on strike.

Tavares, Fla., City Council members decided to pick up the $84,000 tab remaining to begin work on the $1.3 million project Dora Canal railroad bridge project. The city had already received the majority of the necessary funds from a federal stimulus grant through the state Department of Transport ...

U.S. Representative Bill Pascrell, Jr., and NJ TRANSIT Executive Director James Weinstein joined Montclair Mayor Jerry Fried and other officials today to mark the grand opening of the newly reconstructed Upper Montclair Station building, featuring the Upper Montclair Station Restaurant.

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The Maryland Transit Administration said that track repairs on Howard Street would require the Light Rail line to be taken out of service between the Camden Yards and Cultural Center stops between July 5 and July 10. During this time shuttle buses will serve stops between Camden Yards and Cultural Center. 



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Beginning Monday, June 21, the schedule for Amtrak trains operating between Niagara Falls, Albany-Rensselaer and New York will be adjusted to accommodate track work and engineering projects. The temporary schedule changes are designed to ensure Amtrak trains continue to operate without lengthy delays.

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Work to repair the concrete exterior of the railroad bridge in downtown Fredericksburg, Va., will begin next month, local media report. The Virginia Railway Express Operations Board picked the lowest bidder among three competing construction firms to perform the work.

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Hillsborough County transit officials will decide in July whether to include a light rail link to Tampa International Airport in the first phase of a new transit system.

Recent reports indicate that manufacturing in the United States is ready to rebound. Factory orders in certain sectors are showing their sharpest uptick in almost five years.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is preparing additional service changes for the fall and winter, including trims to rush-hour service on several popular buses and the No. 7 train, even as New Yorkers are bracing for the loss of two subway lines and dozens of bus routes in less than a w ...

Vietnamese legislators rejected a proposed bullet train over its $56 billion cost - the assembly's first rejection of a major proposal submitted by the all-powerful Communist government, the Associated Press reports.

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