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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.
NCTD assumes dispatch responsibilities for Coastal Rail Corridor
California's North County Transit District, through its contract with Herzog Transit Service, Inc., will assume dispatching responsibility for the 60-mile coastal rail line that begins at the Santa Fe Depot…
US DOT adds safety section to Multimodal Transportation Indicators
The U.S. Department of Transportation's Bureau of Transportation Statistics added a new safety section to the Multimodal Transportation Indicators that will track seasonal and long-term rail fatality trends. The latest…
City Council passes Chicago Infrastructure Trust
The Chicago City Council passed an ordinance to create the Chicago Infrastructure Trust, a way to leverage private investment for transformative infrastructure projects and guide the city's renewal of these…
Wickford Junction station opens, service to T.F. Green Airport begins in Rhode Island
The Wickford Junction commuter rail station and the commuter line service to T.F. Green Airport in Road Island are now open for business.
MBTA to launch mobile ticketing to commuter rail
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority and Masabi US Ltd, will be bringing mobile ticketing to MBTA commuter rail riders this fall. With applications for iPhone, Android and Blackberry, customers will be…
Senate Appropriations Committee transport bill includes money for HART, Gateway Tunnel
The Senate Committee on Appropriations approved the Fiscal Year 2013 Transportation, Housing and Urban Development Appropriations bill by a vote of 28-1. The measure will now be reported to the…
FTA unveils new environmental benefits website
The Federal Transit Administration celebrated Earth Day by unveiling a new environmental benefits website highlighting a commitment to investing in affordable, innovative and sustainable public transit alternatives that reduce the…
Maryland Transit Authority plans summer repair projects
The Maryland Transit Administration has made plans to complete repair projects for the light-rail system and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority subway system.
SFMTA Board approves two-year budget, includes $485 million for rail Infrastructure
The Board of Directors of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency, which oversees all transportation in the city, including the Municipal Railway, approved the agency's two-year budget for Fiscal Year…
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