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SEPTA has started renovations to the Girard and Spring Garden stations on the Broad Street Subway, the transit agency's largest project funded by the federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.   ...
The Illinois Commerce Commission's Railroad Safety Section has issued a Request for Grant Proposals for local railroad safety education and enforcement programs. The ICC recently received a grant from the Federal Railroad Administration to continue w ...
John Lanigan, BNSF's executive vice president and chief marketing officer, was a keynote speaker at the groundbreaking of a new rail project to support Vancouver's Port Terminal 5 expansion in the state of Washington, according to the company newsletter. A crowd of ...
A local railway communications company that has operated in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif., since the early 1970s has announced its closure, according to the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin. Safetran Systems, on Seventh Street ...
The Massachusetts Executive Office of Transportation said an historic step toward openness and transparency by releasing to the public the detailed scheduling and geographic data the MBTA submitted for use in the Google Transit Trip Planner. The initiative is part o ...
The San Luis and Rio Grande Railway will become a major mover of goods and people in the San Luis Valley if a proposal for stimulus money gets approved, local newspapers report. Valley leaders and representatives of Iowa Pacific, owner of the San Luis and Rio Grande ...
The sale of a Canadian National Railroad line to shortline operator Grenada Railway, LLC, has had local businesses and officials concerned about the future of the rail in Tate County, Miss., The Democrat reports But after a report by Larry Hart, current Water ...
Mid-day 25 years ago August 16, the first Union Pacific and former Chicago & North Western coal train moved out of Wyoming's Southern Powder River Basin (SPRB) coal field over a new 107-mile rail line connecting Union Pacific to the region. The C&NW merged w ...
 U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today said $298.7 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act dollars will go to NJ TRANSIT for 13 projects that will improve aging infrastructure, help ease daily commutes ...
The New Jersey Department of Transportation will be closing Sixth Street in Newark as construction progresses on a project to replace the Third Street, Fifth Street, Sixth Street, Seventh Street and Roseville Avenue bridge decks over the NJ TRANSIT Morristown line i ...
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