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UP invests $8.7 million in Nebraska, named Supplier of the Year for Rail Services by GM
Union Pacific is enhancing Nebraska's transportation infrastructure by investing $8.7 million in the rail line that runs between Sarben and Joyce. The project is in progress and is scheduled to…
Pacific Northwest Passenger Rail Corridor project celebrated
Federal Railroad Administrator Joseph Szabo visited King Street Station in Seattle, Wash., to celebrate the Pacific Northwest Passenger Rail Corridor construction project, which will help increase the station's capacity while…
SEPTA proposed FY2012 budget suspends improvement projects
For the third straight year, Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority expects to defer critical improvement projects due to funding cuts, according to the authority's Fiscal Year 2013 Capital Budget proposal.
CTA previews Loop track renewal project
The Chicago Transit Authority previewed upcoming track renewal work that will affect primarily weekend service in the Loop beginning in mid-April through late-2012. The project will involve special trackwork at…
Metro-North Railroad resumes catenary replacement project
The replacement of century-old catenary wire that powers the New York Metro-North New Haven Line trains will resume on Monday March 19th, on two tracks between Southport and Bridgeport and…
Axion International receives second tie order from BART
Axion International received its second purchase order from San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit for switch ties. Axion says its ECOTRAX ties has no chemicals or preservatives added and can…
UP to spend $9.2 million on Arizona infrastructure improvements
Union Pacific is enhancing Arizona's transportation infrastructure by investing $9.2 million in the rail line that runs between Crag and downtown Phoenix. The project is in progress and is scheduled…
VTA to receive $900 million for BART Silicon Valley Berryessa project
On March 12, the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority will receive a $900 million grant commitment from the Federal Transit Administration for the Bay Area Rapid Transit Silicon Valley Berryessa…
CP: Customer relations drives Multi-Year Plan's success
In a letter to shareholders, John Cleghorn, Chairman of the Board of Canadian Pacific outlined the railroad's Multi-Year Plan and customer relationship success.
NYCT fourth round of FASTRACK improvements to start
Metropolitan Transportation Authority New York City Transit is bringing FASTRACK to the Eighth Avenue Line beginning March 12, following success on the Lexington Avenue, Seventh Avenue and Sixth Avenue Lines.
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