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Report: Canadian rail construction shows stable, solid growth
The Business Monitor has released its latest findings on Canada's expanding infrastructure sector in its newly-published Canada Infrastructure Report, revising down its outlook for the overall construction industry in Canada…
KCS operations department undergoes reorganization
Kansas City Southern has reorganized several of its operations department functions.
Disputed proposal may send BART, unions back to negotiations
Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) officials are requesting a return to the negotiating table after it was discovered a provision was included in its recent labor contract that the district…
Maryland MTA seeks “Preferred Training Partners" for Purple and Red Line projects
The Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) and the Maryland Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation (DLLR) have started the "Preferred Training Partner" program for the Baltimore Red Line and the Purple…
TSB says Transport Canada falls short in response to recommendations issued from VIA Rail Burlington accident
The Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB) is concerned Transport Canada's lack of firm action indicates there is no clear strategy in place to address the rail safety issues identified…
Stella-Jones completes acquisition of The Pacific Wood Preserving Companies
Stella-Jones Inc. has completed the acquisition of substantially all of the operating assets of Arizona Pacific Wood Preserving, Inc., Nevada Wood Preserving, Inc., and Pacific Wood Preserving of Oregon, Inc.,…
MassDOT begins rehabilitation efforts needed for South Coast Rail
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) began construction to rehabilitate the Fall River and New Bedford railroad lines, a necessary step toward providing South Coast Rail service.
CTA 2014 budget approved
The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) Board unanimously approved a balanced $1.38-billion budget that freezes fares and preserves service levels while continuing the agency's investment in projects and programs.
TriMet begins pedestrian safety upgrades along MAX Blue Line
The first in a series of pedestrian safety improvement projects along TriMet's Eastside MAX Blue Line in Portland, Ore., is underway, kicking off the pedestrian safety element of the Renew…
Siemens, Bombardier awarded contract for PTC work on LIRR and Metro-North Railroad
Siemens Rail Automation, in a consortium with Bombardier Transportation, has been awarded a contract, not to exceed $428 million including all phases and options, by the New York Metropolitan Transportation…
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