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Metro-North, LIRR to purchase cab cameras for rail fleet
Metro-North Railroad and Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) received approval from the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Board to award contracts totaling $34.6 million for the purchase of inward- and outward-facing…
Metra readies for winter
As the temperature drops, Chicago-area Metra has taken a variety of steps this year to be better equipped to deal with cold and snowy weather and better prepared to deliver…
J.L. Patterson; Hatch Mott MacDonald take home “Be Inspired” awards
Two North American companies won top honors for Bentley System, Inc.'s Be Inspired Awards, part of Bentley's annual Year in Infrastructure Conference, held in London, U.K., Nov. 4-6. Bentley provides…
North Carolina hump yard to utilize RailComm technology
RailComm has been selected to provide remote control to multiple switch locations and install a shove track protection system at a Class 1 hump yard located in North Carolina.
RailComm installs four Domain Operations Controllers in New Zealand, Oregon and California
RailComm has been chosen to install and provide control to multiple switches throughout the Port of Los Angeles (POLA) terminal.
Crews work to tie in two phases of Expo Line electrical and communication systems
After more than two years of construction, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Expo Phase 2 reached a significant milestone as crews tied together the electrical components of Phase…
Metrolinx plans modernization of Union Station Rail Corridor signaling system
Metrolinx in Toronto, Canada, will upgrade and modernize the entire signaling system within the Union Station Rail Corridor (USRC) starting next year, an improvement that will provide long-term benefits to…
NYCT's FASTRACK returns to the F line in Brooklyn
On November 10, Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) New York City Transit's (NYCT) FASTRACK program returns to the F line between Greenwich Village in Manhattan and Downtown Brooklyn.
Washington state to improve 98 crossings through Grade Crossing Protective Fund grants
Washington state regulators have approved nearly $18,000 for rail safety upgrades at 98 railroad crossings in Grant, Franklin, Adams, Yakima and Benton counties.
PUCO approves upgrades at five rail crossings
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) has approved funding authorization from the Ohio Rail Development Commission directing rail crossing warning device upgrades at five crossings.
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