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TriMet Board adopts FY14 budget, includes safety and maintenance improvements
The TriMet Board of Directors in Portland, Ore., unanimously adopted the Fiscal Year 2014 budget. The $485 million operating budget, which will take effect July 1, 2013, includes budget priorities…
NJ Transit adds express service to the Jersey Shore
New Jersey Transit has added express service this summer to New Jersey's shore towns, beaches and boardwalks.
MWAA awards contract for Silver Line Phase 2
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) has selected the Capital Rail Constructors joint venture for the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project, Phase 2: Package A.
RailWorks subsidiaries name two new presidents
RailWorks Corporation, named Mark Patterson president of its transit systems subsidiary L.K. Comstock National Transit, Inc., and named Nuno Pereira president of its Canadian subsidiary PNR RailWorks Inc.
Twin Cities’ Hiawatha light-rail now Metro Blue Line
In Minnesota, the Hiawatha light-rail line has been rebranded as the Metro Blue Line, the first of the Twin Cities rapid transit lines. The Metro system will also include Green…
Gov. O’Malley signs $4.4 billion Transportation Infrastructure Act of 2013
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley signed the $4.4 billion Transportation Infrastructure Investment Act of 2013.
NYCT brings FASTRACK to the 4, 5 and 6
Metropolitan Transportation Authority New York City Transit brings FASTRACK back to the Upper East Side of Manhattan on the 4, 5 and 6 Subway Lines, this time to perform maintenance…
KKCS names new associate vice president and principal, opens office in Orange County
Kal Krishnan Consulting Services, Inc. (KKCS), appointed Gary Gordon, PE, as associate vice president, based in the Northeast.
CTA kicks off Red Line South Construction Project
The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) kicked off of the $425-million Red Line South Reconstruction Project May 19.
MTA to continue Sandy-related repairs through new initiatives, Roackaway line to resume
Through New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) initiatives, plans to permanently repair damage from Superstorm Sandy, flood-proof major sections of the subway system and begin the planning process to fortify…
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