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East Side Access trackwork to speed LIRR and Amtrak trains
For 30 days this summer, crews working on the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority's East Side Access megaproject will build heavy concrete slabs that will serve as the ceiling of…
First track installed along Denver's East Rail Line
The Denver Regional Transportation District's (RTD) contractor for the East Rail Line, Denver Transit Partners (DTP), installed the first track toward Denver International Airport (DIA) along Peña Boulevard on July…
NYCT brings FASTRACK back to the Grand Concourse
Metropolitan Transit Authority New York City Transit brought FASTRACK back to the Bronx on the Concourse D Line July 15. D train service will be suspended in both directions between…
Diamonds, frogs, turnouts and other special trackwork
Researchers and manufacturers use materials and know-how to help railroads complete special trackwork projects.
The fastener fixation
Suppliers have done their homework when it comes to developing fastening systems to keep track secure and railroad budgets in line.
The spark of innovation
Beefed up R&D efforts resulting in stronger, more reliable welds.
CTA to close Kimball stop for trackwork, provides update on Red Line South Reconstruction project
The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) will temporarily close the Kimball Brown Line station for nine days beginning early Saturday, July 13, to allow crews to replace track and rail system…
CSX kicks off maintenance jamboree
CSX this week will begin an eight-day maintenance marathon designed to complete work that would normally take 18 weeks.
UP invests nearly $9 million in Oregon’s transportation infrastructure
Union Pacific will strengthen Oregon's transportation infrastructure by investing $8.9 million to install new rail on track between North Powder and La Grande. The project is under way now and…
NCDOT begins grade separations along its Piedmont Corridor
The North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) has begun construction on rail safety improvement projects along the North Carolina Railroad's Piedmont Corridor between Raleigh and Charlotte.
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