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USDOT receives 568 applications for latest TIGER Grants
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says that the strong demand for Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grants continues, as once again the number of applications has surpassed the available…
Analyzing rail grinding patterns
Rail grinding management is an important part of a railroad's maintenance practices, with an end goal of giving rail the longest life-cycle possible.
Annual report: grade-crossing surfaces
Suppliers help railroads maintain smooth surfaces at grade crossings to ensure safety for all.
UP invests more than $20 million in Illinois’ and Missouri's transportation infrastructure
Union Pacific plans to strengthen Illinois' and Missouri's transportation infrastructure by investing more than $20 million in the rail line between Chester and near Scott City, Mo.
USDOT awards $7 million TIGER grant to Oregon
The U.S. Department of Transportation awarded more than $7 million to the state of Oregon through a Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant to support a $9.4-million project.
Axion receives order from Edmonton LRT
Axion International Holdings, Inc., has received a purchase order from a new customer, Edmonton Light Rail Transit, in Edmonton, AB, Canada, for its ECOTRAX ties. These ties will be used…
NRC is stronger than ever
The National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association has experienced healthy growth by keeping the needs of its members in the forefront.
Ditching and drainage efforts that go with the flow
Suppliers provide resources to keep roadbeds clear of water.
NRC Rail Construction Project of the Year: Utah Transit Authority FrontRunner South
The joint venture of Stacy and Witbeck, Inc., and Herzog Contracting Corp. utilize innovation and fluid communication to safely construct a 45-mile commuter rail line.
Amtrak continues tie replacement on NEC
Beginning June 2 and continuing through October 2013, Amtrak will continue the long-term railroad tie replacement project on the Northeast Corridor (NEC). The affected ties are showing premature signs of…
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