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NYCT fourth round of FASTRACK improvements to start
Metropolitan Transportation Authority New York City Transit is bringing FASTRACK to the Eighth Avenue Line beginning March 12, following success on the Lexington Avenue, Seventh Avenue and Sixth Avenue Lines.
WMATA progresses capital rebuilding effort
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority provided an update on its progress to rebuild the system following years of underinvestment. In the six-month period from July 1 to December 31, 2011,…
U.S. Mayors press for passage of bipartisan transportation bill
The nation's mayors renewed their call for enactment of job-creating bipartisan transportation legislation now pending in Congress.
Washington approves crossing funds
Washington state regulators approved funds to improve the safety at a railroad crossing in Washougal, Wash.
GWI opens Australian bridge damaged in cyclone
Genesee & Wyoming Inc. reopened the Edith River Bridge in Australia's Northern Territory following the December 27, 2011, derailment of a Genesee & Wyoming Australia Pty Ltd freight train in…
UP to put $38.2 million in Missouri infrastructure improvements
Union Pacific is enhancing Missouri's transportation infrastructure by investing $38.2 million in the rail line that runs between Labadie and Jefferson City. The project is in progress and is scheduled…
Joint venture to develop rail terminal in Permian Basin
Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, L.P., and Martin Midstream Partners L.P., have entered into a new joint venture, Pecos Valley Producer Services LLC, to develop a multi-commodity rail terminal in Pecos,…
Pennsylvania doles out $23 million to 16 rail projects
In Pennsylvania, $23 million in state investments will fund 16 freight-rail improvement projects statewide.
Busy year outlined for Central Corridor LRT project
The final year of heavy construction on the Central Corridor Light Rail Transit Project is kicking off.
WMATA takes a "spring break" from track work for Cherry Blossom season
The Washington Metropolitan Transportation Authority will take a break from its aggressive schedule of trackwork and rebuilding to accommodate customers traveling during Cherry Blossom season.
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