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Colorado adds safety signs at grade crossings
CTC, Inc., shipped 52 "Do Not Stop on Tracks" signs that use LED technology to Colorado for installation at 26 grade crossings.
KKCS names new associate vice president and principal, opens office in Orange County
Kal Krishnan Consulting Services, Inc. (KKCS), appointed Gary Gordon, PE, as associate vice president, based in the Northeast.
NRC is stronger than ever
The National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association has experienced healthy growth by keeping the needs of its members in the forefront.
Ditching and drainage efforts that go with the flow
Suppliers provide resources to keep roadbeds clear of water.
LIRR begins $40-million station modernization project
The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) began a $40 million construction project to modernize the LIRR's Massapequa Station on May 17.
Unity Railway Supply and IRECO name new president
Unity Railway Supply Co., Inc. and IRECO, LLC named Marc Trani president, succeeding Bob Grandy who retired, effective April 30, 2013.
Meritage Midstream and Arch Coal to form joint venture for new rail terminal
Meritage Midstream Services II, LLC, and Arch Coal, Inc., have written a letter of intent to create a joint venture. The new entity, to be called Black Thunder Terminal, LLC,…
SEPTA Primos Station rehab completed
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) Primos Station in the Clifton Heights neighborhood in Philadelphia, Pa., has reopened after being modernized and rehabilitated.
UP wins logistics award from Toyota
Union Pacific received the 2012 President's Award for Logistics Excellence from Toyota Logistics Services. The award, which Union Pacific won for the second consecutive year, recognizes overall logistics excellence among…
Amtrak selects names for two new trains, upgrades Wi-Fi service
More than 1,200 people participated in a month-long survey to name two new Amtrak Cascades trains, which have been named Mt. Jefferson and Mt. Bachelor.
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