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Sound Transit says ST3 plan would cost locals $14/month
Sound Transit has released an updated and more precise calculation of the taxes residents would pay if the Sound Transit 3 ballot measure is approved in November.
IEM Corp.: No bad vibes for Sound Transit
As reported by Railway Age, Troy, N.Y.-based International Electronic Machines Corporation (IEM Corp.) has attained "Substantial Completion" status for its installation of a state-of-the art Vibration Monitoring System for Sound…
Sanveo opens L.A. office
Sanveo, Inc., has officially opened its new office in Los Angeles, Calif., adding to its existing offices in Newark, Calif., Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Aurangabad, India.
Omega names new regional sales manager
Omega Industries, Inc., has hired Jerry McCombs as southeast U.S. regional sales manager.
First train rolls at Port of Oakland’s new near-dock facility
The Port of Oakland has welcomed the first train to use a new, $100-million near-dock rail facility at the former Oakland Army Base.
Caltrain Board approves electrification design-build and EMU contracts
The Caltrain Board of Directors approved $1.25 billion in contracts to begin work on the Peninsula Corridor Electrification Project (PCEP).
Anacostia names Fox as managing director
Anacostia Rail Holdings Company (ARH) has named Andrew Fox managing director, where he will work on special projects for Anacostia and its operating companies.
Canada, Quebec reach agreement on transit funding
Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau and Premier of Quebec Philippe Couillard have confirmed the ratification of the Canada-Quebec Agreement on the Public Transit Infrastructure Fund and the Clean Water…
Virginia awarded $165 million FASTLANE grant for Atlantic Gateway Project
Virginia’s proposed Atlantic Gateway Project has been selected for a federal FASTLANE grant of $165 million.
Coos Bay Rail Link receives grant to rehab tunnels
The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) has awarded the Coos Bay Rail Line $11 million to rehabilitate nine crumbling tunnels along the critical rail link between Eugene and Coquille, Ore.
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