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Gross & Janes enters into crosstie agreement with Boatright
Gross & Janes Co. has entered into an agreement to manage and operate two green crosstie processing facilities owned by Boatright Railroad Products in Montevallo and Clanton, Ala.
Anthony Foxx nominated as next secretary of transportation
President Obama nominated Anthony Foxx as the next Secretary of Transportation, replacing Ray LaHood. Foxx is currently the mayor of Charlotte, N.C., who took office in 2009.
JLP names director of technical services and business development
J.L. Patterson & Associates, Inc. (JLP), hired James Faber, PE, as director of technical services and business development.
Illinois six-year transportation construction program includes public transit and rail investment
A six-year, $12.62-billion construction program in Illinois has been put in place, which includes public transit and rail projects throughout the state.
L.B. Foster makes organizational changes
As a part of ongoing efforts to create a more customer-centered organization in L.B. Foster Company's recently consolidated rail businesses, a number of organizational changes have been made to its…
Maryland Transit Administration installs Protran Technology's rail break detection system
The Maryland Department of Transportation's Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) has installed the Protran Technology rail break system.
Amsted RPS, Schwihag AG form joint venture
Amsted RPS and Switzerland-based Schwihag AG formed a joint venture to manufacture and supply skl style rail fastening systems to the global heavy-haul freight market.
North Dakota rail line to benefit from TIGER III money
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood has obligated $10 million to rebuild a rail line near Devils Lake, N.D.
CTA preps Green Line with station, track improvements
The southern part of the Chicago Transit Authority's (CTA) Green Line will see $20 million in station and track improvements to prepare the line for increased traffic during CTA's upcoming…
GCRTA to begin S-curve project
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) in Ohio will begin its nearly $7-million restoration and improvement of the S-curve on the Red Line rail track on April 21, with…
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