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CHSR revises business plan, cost estimate now at $68.4 billion
The California High-Speed Rail Authority revised its Business Plan to launch high-speed rail service, capable of traveling 220 miles-per-hour, from Merced to the San Fernando Valley, within 10 years.
RT&S launches "Rail Brief" weekly engineering newsletter
The editors of Railway Track & Structures are pleased to bring you "Rail Brief," a weekly e-mail newsletter that brings breaking news about rail engineering and maintenance-of-way to your inbox.…
Unitrac awarded Amtrak contract
Unitrac Railroad Materials, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Healey Railroad Corporation, received a $1.1 million contract to supply special trackwork to Amtrak.
Ground breaks to eliminate major bottleneck in Missouri
A groundbreaking in Osage, Mo., has taken place for a new railroad bridge that will eliminate one of the worst rail bottlenecks in the country. The $28 million project received…
Illinois high-speed rail corridor work resumes
The Illinois Department of Transportation and Union Pacific will be upgrading Illinois' high-speed route, Chicago-St. Louis, for future high-speed Amtrak trains, from April 16 through May 25. The improvements for…
New York MTA capital funds secured in deal
From the editors at Railway Age New York State Gov. Andrew Cuomo reportedly has brokered a deal with Republican state legislative leaders to fully fund the last three years of…
Amtrak to float-in new Niantic Bridge lift span today
Amtrak is reaching a milestone in its efforts to replace the existing 104-year old Niantic River Bridge in East Lyme, Conn., with the float-in of the new bascule lift span…
NRC hits new highs in San Deigo
The 2012 National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association Annual Conference in California is another record-breaking success.
AMTRAK to more than triple number of track miles equipped with PTC
By the end of 2012, Amtrak expects to more than triple the number of track-miles on its own railroad where Positive Train Control safety technology is installed.
LACMTA Board approved Antelope Valley improvement plan
A motion by Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority First Vice Chair, Supervisor Michael Antonovich, supporting the Antelope Valley Line Infrastructure Improvement Strategic Plan was unanimously approved by the LACMTA…
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