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Sound Transit sets budget, schedule for Northgate extension
The Seattle Sound Transit Board of Directors adopted a lifetime budget and schedule to extend light rail from the University of Washington to the Northgate area north of Seattle. Sound…
HART requests $1.55 billion in New Starts funding
The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation submitted a request for $1.55 billion in federal New Starts funding for the Honolulu rail transit project.
OneCity Transit Plan for Toronto outlined in letter to City Council
A new 30-year, $30-billion plan to enhance Toronto, ON, Canada, transit was unveiled yesterday.
CTC approves $61.3 million for SFMTA Central Subway Project
California Transportation Commission unanimously approved a commitment of $61.3 million in state high-speed rail connectivity funds to the The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency Central Subway Project.
Former N.Y. Governor David A. Paterson joins MTA Board
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority welcomed Former New York Governor David A. Paterson to its board. Gov. Paterson was nominated to serve on the board by New York Governor Andrew Cuomo…
Beijer Electronics awarded WMATA contract
Beijer Electronics, through its subsidiary Westermo, won a $SEK30 million (US$4 million) contract from Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority to provide its new solution for IP communication (Westermo IP-train solution).
Remembering William D. Kennedy
William D. Kennedy, a respected expert on tunnel ventilation and former vice president and senior engineering manager with Parsons Brinckerhoff, died on June 23 at the age of 69.
Atkins names practice manager for transit and rail
Atkins, which specializes in engineering and design consultancy, hired Jonathan McDonald, PE, as vice president and senior practice manager for the company's transit and rail practice. He is based in…
SEPTA celebrates modernization of two 1920s-era subway stations
Two 1920s-era subway stations on Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority's Broad Street Line have been modernized under a $30 million project funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
MTA awards contract for station finishes at 96th Street along Second Avenue Subway
The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority has awarded a contract for the station finishes, mechanical, electrical, plumbing, ancillary buildings and entrances for the 96th Street Station of the Second Avenue…
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