ON Track Maintenance

The Texas Fort Worth Transportation Authority's TEX Rail commuter rail project has been approved by the Federal Transit Administration to advance to Preliminary Engineering. The approval to enter PE will…
A new report released by the U.S. Department of Treasury with the Council of Economic Advisers finds that now is the key time to invest in infrastructure to create middle-class…
For Maryland Area Regional Commuter Train Service patrons, boarding and exiting trains at Union Station in Washington, D.C., has often meant long hikes, uncertainty and occasional delays as MARC train…
Axion International received its first purchase order being shipped to Brazil. The order comes from one of the nation's largest rail lines and is anticipated to be the first of…
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority's new light-rail line between downtown Los Angeles and Culver City will open to the public on Saturday, April 28. This opening will be…
Planning, coordination and structural engineering magic come together on a project to replace three century-old bridges in Massachusetts.
The 2012 National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association Annual Conference in California is another record-breaking success.
Suppliers use the latest technology to offer superior ballast maintenance services and machinery. Suppliers up their ballast maintenance offerings to include GPS technology and other upgraded effrorts to ensure a…
Construction progress for three new Houston METRO light-rail lines is more than 45 percent complete and expected to end in time for 2014 service dates.
A regional agreement between the California High Speed Rail Authority and more than a half-dozen California Bay Area public agencies will fully fund the electrification and modernization of the Caltrain…
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