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All Aboard Florida unveils design for Fort Lauderdale station
Local Florida officials joined All Aboard Florida executives at the revealing of designs for the passenger service's new Fort Lauderdale station, which was planned and designed by Skidmore, Owings &…
VIA Rail celebrates 100 years of Ocean service
VIA Rail Canada celebrated the 110th anniversary of its Ocean service July 2, which serves 26 communities between Montréal and Halifax.
FTA calls first year of TSO a success
Two years ago, the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) was granted the authority to oversee the safety of all of America's individual public transportation systems, writes Theresa McMillan, FTA deputy administrator…
Optimizing capital planning, asset management topic of Railway Age/RT&S free webinar
It is no secret that rail infrastructure is expensive to maintain and, for North American transit agencies, many of which are working with strained budgets, every dollar spent on a…
FRA issues Record of Decision for Fresno to Bakersfield HSR section
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has issued a Record of Decision (ROD) for the 114-mile Fresno to Bakersfield Section of the California high-speed train system. The ROD is the last…
With no shared use option, study ups LYNX Red Line estimates by $215 million
A study released by Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) shows cost estimates for a proposed passenger line between Mooresville and Charlotte, N.C., rose significantly due to new infrastructure needs rather…
JLP/STV joint venture awarded $10-million Metrolink contract
J.L. Patterson & Associates, Inc. (JLP) and STV, Inc., received a contract worth up to $10 million from the Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA) to provide on-call professional engineering…
Szabo asks four states to develop a shared rail service vision for SEHSR
Federal Railroad Administrator Joseph Szabo called on elected officials and transportation planners in Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia to develop a shared vision of rail service along the…
ARRC crews continue washout repair efforts
Alaska Railroad (ARRC) crews continue to make progress on plugging an 80-foot-long washout following high waters at Skookum Creek (ARRC milepost 59.7). The incident began about 7:30 a.m. June 17,…
Alaska Railroad dealing with track washout
Alaska Railroad passenger train traffic southbound from Anchorage was interrupted June 17 due to high water damage to the track at Skookum Creek, located between Luebner Lake and Portage.
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