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Coos Bay Rail Link, San Pedro & Southwestern Railroad general managers named
ARG Transportation Services' Coos Bay Rail Link Director of Rail Operations Darrell Rodley and San Pedro & Southwestern Railroad Manager of Operations Richard Archunde have been promoted to general managers…
Boxhold appointed FDOT secretary
Jim Boxold has been named Secretary of the Florida Department of Transportation, (FDOT) effective January 3, 2015.
Canadian government introduces new crossing regulations
The Canadian government introduced new regulations to help prevent accidents and improve railway safety.
Congress approves extension of 45G tax credit for 2014
Congress approved the extension of the Section 45G shortline tax credit to cover all of the 2014 tax year.
Second Avenue Subway Station shell at 86th Street complete
Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Second Avenue Subway construction has reached a milestone with the on-time completion of the 86th Street Station cavern.
NJ Transit completes restoration of Red Bank Station
New Jersey Transit (NJ Transit) has completed a three-year, $2.5-million project to stabilize and restore the historic Red Bank Station.
John D. Dingell Transit Center opens in Dearborn, Mich.
The John D. Dingell Transit Center located at 21201 W. Michigan Avenue in Dearborn, Mich., is officially open.
Amtrak Vermonter Service returns to The Knowledge Corridor at the end of December
Amtrak's Vermonter service to the Knowledge Corridor will return on December 29, 2014, with stops in Greenfield and Northampton, Mass.
MTA LIRR names SVPs for operations; engineering and marketing VP; Metro-North selects sleep apnea pilot vendor
Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) appointed David Kubicek to senior vice president operations, Bruce Pohlot to senior vice president engineering and Edward Dumas vice president market…
MTA seeks federal funds for Canarsie L Line infrastructure improvements
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) in New York is seeking federal funding toward approximately $300 million in infrastructure improvements for the Canarsie L Line, which runs from Manhattan to the…
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