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Crews continue fortification work on NYCT Cranberry Tube
The Cranberry Tube, which carries the A and C Lines between Lower Manhattan and downtown Brooklyn, will be shut down in both directions for 40 non-consecutive weekends for Superstorm Sandy-related…
CHSRA issues RFQ for environmental and engineering servies
The California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) released a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for environmental and engineering services for the San Francisco to San Jose Project Section and the San Jose…
Hadnett named president of HNTB West Division
Art Hadnett joined HNTB Corporation as senior vice president and president of the firm's West Division, overseeing vital and complex infrastructure programs in growth markets, including rail/transit.
KCS bolsters its intermodal WIT
The opening of the Wylie Intermodal Terminal centralizes KCS' Dallas-area facilities and allows the railroad to continue tapping cross-border intermodal traffic.
WMATA receives independent auditor's report for FY2014
The Washing Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority (WMATA) Board of Directors received an independent audit of its FY2014 Financial Statements from McGladrey LLP, which WMATA says is a significant milestone in…
Rep. McKinley tours Warwood Tool facility, discusses rail issues
On August 5, Rep. David B. McKinley (R-WV-1) joined representatives from Warwood Tool Company and the Appalachian & Ohio Railroad (A&O) to tour Warwood's steel tool manufacturing facility and discuss…
Sound Transit executes sale of green bonds to help fund light-rail extensions
Sound Transit executed the sale of nearly $1 billion of green bonds that will help fund voter-approved regional transit projects, including construction of more than 30 miles of light-rail extensions.
Norfolk Southern EVP and CIO Deb Butler to retire
Deborah H. Butler, executive vice president planning and chief information officer of Norfolk Southern, will retire Oct. 1, 2015.
New study analyzes condition of Washington state's shortline railroads; repair costs
According to a recent study by the Washington Department of Transportation and the Washington State University Freight Policy Transportation Institute, more than half of the state's shortline rail miles aren't…
Canada commits funds to VIA Rail’s Ottawa-Montreal corridor infrastructure improvements
The Canadian government plans to invest CA$102 million (US$77 million) over a two-year period to support several infrastructure projects that will increase the safety and efficiency of VIA Rail Canada's…
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