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Events that showcase the Tanana River bridge project have been scheduled as the Alaska Railroad prepares for construction to begin in Salcha, Alaska. Public Open House: August 23 - Salcha School, 8530 Richardson Highway. 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. with a presentation at 6:30 ...
Heinz North America honored Union Pacific as its 2011 Carrier of the Year award winner for the railroad's performance in transporting refrigerated and canned products. Union Pacific's efforts surpassed those of motor carriers, who historically have won the award, primarily as a result ...
Paul Leonards has accepted the position of vice president of project management of Watco Companies. Leonards will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of construction performed on projects, enforcing all safety rules and guidelines, regulations and quality control. Leonards has mo ...
California will receive $179 million from the Federal Railroad Administration to continue building a statewide passenger-rail network with both high-speed and intercity service. Funding will kick start several major projects throughout the state, including the construction of new tracks, the pur ...
The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Transit Administration convened a panel of highly experienced transit experts from around the country to advise southeastern Michigan leaders on ways to create a 21st-century public transit system. The FTA said each of the five members ch ...
Union Pacific began preparation work for an all-new 2,000-acre rail facility just outside Santa Teresa, N.M. The company plans to invest an estimated $400 million toward the total cost of the project. Once complete, the facility will be 11.5 miles long and one mile wide and will includ ...
The North-Link Partnership made up of Graham Group and SNC-Lavalin Constructors has awarded HJ Skelton (Canada) Ltd. a contract to supply the trackwork for Canada's Edmonton North LRT project. The company will provide two intersecting double crossovers, curved and acute, with a third t ...
TriMet promoted Jana Toran to the agency's new General Counsel in July. She replaced M. Brian Playfair who retired from this position. Toran has been with TriMet for 10 years and was previously the company's director of legal services. Prior to her tenure at TriMet, Toran was sole prac ...
President Obama signed legislation on Aug. 2 to raise the nation's debt limit, following the implementation of the Budget Control Act passed by the House on Aug. 1. An initial analysis of the Act by the American Public Transportation Association reveals no specific impact on transporta ...
The Federal Transit Administration has selected six transit agencies from around the U.S. to participate in its Transit Asset Management pilot program and share $4 million to help take a more systematic approach to determining and anticipating when equipment needs maintenance or when it needs to ...
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