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UP performing $11 million worth of work on Colorado, Wyoming infrastructure
Union Pacific will strengthen Colorado's and Wyoming's transportation infrastructures by investing $11 million in the rail line between LaSalle, Colo., and near Cheyenne, Wyo. The project, funded entirely by Union…
Piedmont Improvement Program marks project milestones
Passengers along the Raleigh to Charlotte rail corridor in North Carolina will experience some of the benefits of the Piedmont Improvement Program (PIP) following project milestones met last week.
Construction for Detroit streetcar begins
Construction crews took to Woodward Avenue in Detroit July 28 to start construction activities on the city's new 3.3-mile modern streetcar line, M-1 RAIL.
UP performing $8 million worth of work in Kansas
Union Pacific will strengthen Kansas' transportation infrastructure by investing $8 million in the rail line between Herington and Whitewater. The project, funded entirely by Union Pacific, began July 16 and…
WMATA officially opens Silver Line for service
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority's (WMATA) rail system grew 10 percent with five new stations and new direct rail service between the Washington D.C. region's two largest employment centers,…
Tucson Sun Link streetcar opens for service
The Tucson Sun Link streetcar line in Arizona opened to the public on July 25. Service will be supported by six streetcars seven days a week.
Port Metro Vancouver marks completion of grade separation project
In Vancouver, BC, Canada, Port Metro Vancouver and the government of Canada in have marked substantial completion of the Powell Street Grade Separation project.
Development of: Hand gauges for inspection of switch points to prevent wheel climb
Researchers look to techniques established abroad to develop improved tools for switch inspection in order to reduce wheel climb derailments.
The search for stronger welds forges research efforts
Rail welding service providers step up their research efforts to bring new products and stronger, longer lasting welds to North America's railroads.
Current, former DOT secretaries write letter to Congress urging action on transportation needs
As Congress considers legislation to avoid a shortfall of the Highway Trust Fund, U.S. Department of Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx and 11 of his predecessors wrote an open letter to…
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