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Denver RTD breaks ground on I-225 rail extension
The Denver Regional Transportation District, the Colorado Department of Transportation and SEMA Construction broke ground on RTD's I-225 Light Rail Line extension. This kicks off construction on the first segment…
FRA, Michigan reach $15.8 million agreement to eliminate Detroit bottleneck
A final agreement of $15.8 million for the West Detroit Connection Track project has been made. The project will eliminate congestion for Detroit-area Amtrak passengers by addressing a bottleneck that…
LIRR to replace crossties on the Ronkonkoma Branch
The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Long Island Rail Road will be replacing wood ties on the Ronkonkoma Branch between Farmingdale and Ronkonkoma beginning May 14. The work will be…
Metrolinx board puts Toronto LRT plan back on track
The Board of Directors of Metrolinx in Toronto, Canada, voted unanimously to proceed with the implementation of the Toronto Transit Plan as originally approved by Metrolinx on May 19, 2010,…
Secretary LaHood to visit Utah for Sugar House Streetcar groundbreaking
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood will be in Utah Wednesday, May 9, for an official groundbreaking on the Sugar House streetcar project. He will be joined by elected officials…
Axion receives first order from New Zealand
Axion International Holdings, Inc., has received its first purchase order being shipped to New Zealand's Kiwi Rail. The railroad ties are the rail line's first such order of Axion's recycled…
Oklahoma receives $6.75 million TIGER grant for oil and gas delivery by rail
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation received $6.75 million from the Transportation Investments Generating Economic Recovery III program to rehabilitate 49 miles of state-owned rail line between Elk City and Sayre,…
BNSF plans $202 million capital program in Nebraska
BNSF plans to invest an estimated $202 million on maintenance and rail capacity improvement and expansion projects in Nebraska this year.
Southern California Triple Track Project breaks ground
Caltrans, BNSF and Amtrak broke ground on a $38 million rail project that will add 3.8 additional miles of track to the Los Angeles area, increasing efficiency and rail capacity.
LACMTA's Expo Line officially open for business
Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Expo light-rail line officially opened to the public on April 28.
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