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NYCT reopens Central Av. M Station following rehab
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) New York City Transit (NYCT) reopened its Central Av. M subway station on the Myrtle Avenue line after a five-month station rehabilitation.
CTA awards Blue Line trackwork and substation contracts, reveals plans for station renovation
The Chicago Transit Board has hired Keiwit Infrastructure Co. as the general contractor for the Milwaukee Blue Line Track Renewal project with a contract valued at $20.4 million.
Amtrak making upgrades to Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station
Amtrak will make upgrades to Philadelphia 30th Street Station to improve the passenger experience, tend to the long-term infrastructure needs of the nearly 100 year-old building and improve pedestrian mobility…
RailComm provides Centralized Traffic Control System to Northshore Mining
RailComm has provided its Domain Operations Controller (DOC) train control system to Northshore Mining in Silver Bay, Minn. The DOC system will have functionality for Centralized Traffic Control through its…
RTA’s annual conference set to take over Tahoe area
The Railway Tie Association is gearing up for the 95th Annual Symposium and Technical Conference, Oct. 8-11, 2013 in Lake Tahoe, NV.
Congress approves $189 million for Houston light rail
Congress has given the green light to Houston METRO for rail expansion, with approval of $94.5 million for the North/Red Line extension and another $94.5 million for the Southeast/Purple Line.
MARC Halethorpe Station opens
The MARC Halethorpe Station in Maryland is open after a two-year, $32.7 million reconstruction project.
Wachusett Rail Station breaks ground in Massachusetts
Officials in Massachusetts broke ground on the new Wachusett Commuter Rail Station in West Fitchburg, which will extend the Fitchburg Commuter Rail Line 4.5 miles to the west. The project…
First guideway column in place for Evergreen Line
The Evergreen Line project in Metro Vancouver, BC, Canada, is beginning to take shape, with the first guideway column for the rapid transit line in place.
East Side Access contract for Manhattan south structures awarded
The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has awarded the first of three contracts to fabricate and construct the permanent structural concrete lining, interior structures and fit-out for caverns and…
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