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In the neighborhood of 1500 North Bewley Street, a hole in a fence leads to a grimy outdoor corridor with graffiti-plastered walls that is used as a dumping ground for old television sets and other unwanted items, the Orange County Register reports. Fifty years ago, this same corridor was part of the Pacific Electric Railway, or Red Car system, which provided mass transit service to Southern California from 1901 to 1961.

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South Shore passengers in Northwest Indiana should anticipate construction-related train delays of approximately 10-15 minutes between Miller and Dune Park.


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Local elected officials were at a bustling Port of Albany June 14 to announce that they had secured $5 million in federal stimulus funding to pay for the next phase of a wharf replacement project, the Albany Times Union reports.

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Metrolink station. As part of the station expansion, on the weekend of June 19-20, track 2 (track closest to SantaFe Street) will be realigned. A temporary platform will be located on the south side of the existing tracks east of the Santa Fe Street (Station Entry) Railroad Crossing effective Monday, June 21. In order to exit the train at the Pomona Station, going eastbound only, customers must be on board one of the last three cars on the train set.


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New York state and CSXT have set aside differences so that planning can go forward for a high-speed rail line across upstate New York. The parties have signed a pair of agreements to facilitate planning for the passenger-train track that New York intends to build.

The U.S. Conference of Mayors today released a new report positively assessing the economic impact of high-speed passenger rail along proposed HSR corridors in the United States. The report, prepared by the Economic Development Research Group and sponsored by Siemens, analyzed the potential econ ...

Sound Transit's light-rail system has broken the 20,000 mark for weekday ridership, The Seattle Times reported Friday.

Construction begins next month on a $59 million railroad underpass in Downers Grove, Ill., at Belmont Road, one of the state's most frequently blocked crossings, the Chicago Tribune reports.

A lousy economy and lack of interest have forced the West Virginia Public Port Authority to postpone plans for the Prichard Intermodal Terminal, the Associated Press reports.

George Duggan will be joining the Coal Marketing Team as vice president, succeeding Sami Shalah, who is retiring in August. Duggan will report to Steve Bobb, group vice president, Coal. Katie Farmer will be joining the Consumer Products team as vice president, Domestic Intermodal, succe ...
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