Latest Rail News
Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell said that the Commonwealth of Virginia and Norfolk Southern Railway Company have signed a landmark agreement that is an important step toward bringing daily intercity passenger rail service back to Norfolk for the first time since 1977. The round-trip train will l ...
The Surface Transportation Board fined Canadian National Railway Company $250,000 for "knowingly violating Board orders" regarding the reporting of street-crossing blockages in the Chicago area. The Board also extended its oversight regarding the CN-EJ&E merger for an additional ye ...
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority will receive $1.2 million in funding from the Northeast Ohio Area-wide Coordinating Agency for two Transportation Enhancement Programs. Two grants of $600,000 each will support the Clifton Transit Enhancement Project in Cleveland and Lakewood and the ...
Michael Izbicki has joined The Louis Berger Group as director of rail systems. Izbicki joins the firm with more than 30 years of experience in rail and transit systems, including signals, communications and traction-power. Before joining LBG, Izbicki worked on such projects as the New ...
Progress Rail Services has acquired Coast to Coast Signal Engineering, Inc., based in Omaha, Neb. The acquisition marks the third of its kind this year for Progress Rail. Coast to Coast Signal Engineering is a full-service signal engineering business serving Class 1 railroads, shortlin ...
At the sound of Union Pacific Engine No. 5936 firing up, officials from both sides of the border broke ground December 17 on the West Rail Relocation Project at the Olmito Switchyard in Brownsville, Tex., The Brownsville Herald reports. Ten years in the planning, the West Rail project will reloc ...
Metra's Emissions Task Force, formed by the rail agency to investigate the level of diesel emissions on trains and downtown platforms and to identify ways to improve air quality, has taken several steps since it was formed last month in response to a Chicago Tribune story. Metra ...
The Maryland Transit Administration said that starting December 20, 2010 at 9 a.m., the eastbound ramp to U.S. 40 at Smallwood Street would be closed to allow continued demolition of a section of the infamous "Highway to Nowhere." Traffic will be diverted to Mulberry Street for the duratio ...
Gannett Fleming, an international planning, design and construction management firm, celebrates its 95th anniversary in 2010. Founded on Aug. 1, 1915, the firm has grown from a two-person office in Harrisburg, Pa., that specialized in water resources to an international, ISO 9001:2008 Certified ...
In the Bay Area, work on the San Bruno Grade Separation Project is under way. Work will take place Monday, December 20 through Thursday, December 23 between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. This work includes continuation of the storm pipe installation along 1st Avenue, grading adjacent to the tra ...
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