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Vancouver station restoration complete
The completion of a CA$6.9 million (US$6.89 million) project to restore VIA Rail Canada's heritage train station in Vancouver, B.C., was celebrated on April 13.
CHSRA Board passes revised business plan
The California High-Speed Rail Authority Board passed a 2012 revised business plan that will provide for high-speed rail service within a decade, connect the state's major metropolitan areas, utilize existing…
WSDOT, ODOT work toward continuous rail corridor goal
Washington and Oregon are creating a new partnership and will develop a plan for managing passenger-rail service between Eugene, Ore., and Vancouver, B.C., Canada, as one continuous rail corridor rather…
Amtrak on pace to set new ridership record
Amtrak is on pace to set another new annual ridership record as passenger counts across its national network for the first six months of fiscal year 2012 (October 2011 -…
Government of Canada will contribute to Vancouver Island Railway restoration
The Canadian government has set aside up to CA$7.5 million (US$7.48 million) for work on the restoration of the Vancouver Island Railway between Victoria and Courtenay, BC.
RIDOT plans two-phase improvement for Providence Train Station
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation is planning a two-part improvement for the Providence Train Station. It's a stop that has more than one million Amtrak and Massachusetts Bay Transportation…
Rep. Lee pushes for Texas high-speed rail
During Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee's recent visit to Japan and South Korea, Japanese and South Korean officials both expressed interest in supporting and providing high-speed rail in the state of…
USDOT receives 703 applications for TIGER 2012 grants
The demand for Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) 2012 grants have far surpassed the available funding, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Administrator Szabo stresses importance of local planning in passenger rail projects
Federal Railroad Administrator Joseph Szabo reaffirmed the Obama Administration's commitment to passenger rail and stressed the need for long-term planning to create market-driven passenger rail corridors while speaking at the…
Michigan trackwork to relieve slow orders, restore Amtrak service
Following work set to begin April 16, Amtrak Wolverine Service and Blue Water passengers can expect normal travel times on Norfolk Southern tracks in Michigan by early May.
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