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Peter Burling, chairman of the Rail Transit Authority in New Hampshire, envisions a rail line running between Boston and Concord, N.H., at speeds of up to 90 mph, the Concord Monitor reports. The rail would carry Massachusetts shoppers to Nashua and travelers ...
The city of Burlington, Iowa, has a lot of irons in the fire, according to The Hawkeye. With that in mind, City Manager Doug Worden updated city council members on the status of two projects nearing completion during a recent meeting. ...
Track circuit repairs on the Red Line and track maintenance on the Red, Blue, Orange and Yellow lines this weekend will cause inbound and outbound trains to take turns sharing one track on the Washington, D.C., Metro. Customers should add at least 30 minutes of ...
From 10 p.m. August 21 until 4 a.m. August 24, service on the Blue Line between the Western/Milwaukee and Clark/Lake stations will be temporarily suspended as work continues in the Dearborn subway to remove slow zones. Bus shuttles will operate as a substitute for r ...
Denver's Transportation Expansion (T-REX) project, which opened to the public in November 2006, has completed the final close-out on the project. The transit portion of the T-REX project is being completed $3.7 mil ...
The Federal Highway Administration, Illinois Department of Transportation, Chicago Department of Transportation and Association of American Railroads have agreed to modifications to the CREATE Program in response to changing needs. In particular, the full Centra ...
Although it maintains the town has no jurisdiction over its property, the Housatonic Railroad has agreed to voluntarily abide by the town's cease-and-desist order and submit a permit application for wetlands remediation work near the company's trash transfer station ...
Preliminary designs of Norfolk Southern's $112-million Alabama cargo-loading rail hub call for 15-foot berms next to McAdory Elementary School and a 16-foot sound wall along the access road behind the Sadler Ridge subdivision, the Birmingham News reports. ...
Chattanooga-made Volkswagens just off the assembly line and ready for shipment countrywide will start their journey at a state-of-the-art terminal unrivaled in the industry, a consultant told the Chattanooga Times Free Press. The terminal will be served by CSX T ...
Metrorail riders in the Washington, D.C., area soon will be able to use four major cell phone providers to make calls or access the Internet from 20 of Metro's busiest underground stations. 

Verizon Wireless, Sprint Nextel, AT&T and T-Mobile began insta ...
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