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Sen. Casey pushes for long-term federal transportation policy
As Southeastern Pennsylvania Transit Authority (SEPTA) demonstrates need for funding to keep its service operational throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania, U.S. Sen. Bob Casey (D-PA) called on Congress to begin work on…
LIRR, construction unions reach cost saving agreement
Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) and local private-sector unions have reached a Project Labor Agreement designed to reduce the LIRR's labor costs on seven major construction…
Raleigh receives additional TIGER funds for Union Station complex
The city of Raleigh, N.C., has received a $5.5 million increase to a previously received grant for the first phase of construction of the Raleigh Union Station complex.
FRA and MaineDOT to test rail trespassing system
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) awarded a research grant for the city of Brunswick, Maine, the Northern New England Passenger Authority (NNEPRA) and the Maine Department of Transportation, among other…
Ruddell to retire from The T in October
The president and executive director of the Fort Worth Transportation Authority (The T), Dick Ruddell plans to retire, effective October 4.
Jim Carter reviews past year as AREMA president
AREMA President Jim Carter looks back at his 2012-2013 term at the helm of the association.
Genesee & Wyoming doubles down
After its largest acquisition to date,GWI plans a capital program for 2013 to continue its growth and development.
MBTA celebrates groundbreaking for new Salem Commuter Rail Station
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) General Manager Dr. Beverly Scott recently joined state and local officials to celebrate the groundbreaking for the new MBTA Salem Commuter Rail Station.
Wisconsin awards $11 million for shortline projects
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker approved four freight rail improvement projects totaling approximately $11 million in grants and loans. The goal of Wisconsin's freight railroad assistance program is to increase the…
Washington State Supreme Court rules in favor of East Link light rail across I-90
The Washington State Supreme Court has dismissed a lawsuit seeking to stop the construction of East Link light rail across Lake Washington on I-90.
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