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The Chicago Transit Authority's Your New Blue track and station improvement program for the Blue Line O'Hare branch will begin this weekend, with track closures bet ...

Denver Regional Transportation District's (RTD) FasTracks broke ground March 20 on the North Metro Rail Line, a new passenger rail service that will improve transit options for Denver's northern communities when it opens in 2018.

The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is moving forward with the installation of video cameras on trains.

Englewood, N.J., Mayor Frank Huttle III, along with 11 other mayors in the state have formed a mayors' commission to spearhead a plan to extend the northern portion of New Jersey Transit's Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Line through Bergen County.

A study by HNTB Corp. indicates that a passenger train linking New Orleans and Baton Rouge, La., on existing freight tracks, with stops in between, could begin two daily trips, ultimately growing to regular service with a possible station near the New Orleans International Airport.

Union Pacific has recently promoted many in the marketing and sales, operating and finance departments.

Caltrain will begin service for passengers at its newly grade-separated San Bruno Station April 1.

19 March 2014

Maintaining ballast

Technological advancements are being incorporated into North American ballast maintenance products and services.

In it's 11th year, the CREATE program continues its capacity and safety enhancements to secure Chicago's place in a strong national rail network.

Good weather, but better information, could be found at the 2014 National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association Annual Conference.

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