Rapid Transit / Light Rail

Metrom Rail hired Tom Harding as vice president of engineering. Harding will lead the company's engineering operations and expand its product development capabilities.
The Hawaii House of Representatives extended the general excise tax (GET) that helps fund Honolulu's first rail transit project on April 11. The funding package will contribute an additional $1.2…
WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff has appointed Fred Tallarico Regional Director of Design-Build for the company's Northeast and Central regions. Tallarico will manage the firm's pursuit and execution of transit, highway…
Three East Coast senators are highlighting the need for increased funding of Amtrak following two derailments at New York Penn Station.
Rep. Mike Quigley (D-IL-5) joined representatives from the Illinois rail industry for a public policy discussion and a tour of Industry-Railway Suppliers, Inc., (IRS) at its Elmhurst, Ill., headquarters on…
Chicago's Metra and its railroad partners announced plans to begin $216 million worth of infrastructure investments in 2017.
Harriet the tunnel boring machine completed its second mile-long tunnel on April 6. The machine arrived at the Leimert Park Station, marking another milestone for the Los Angeles County Transportation…
Vossloh has made six leadership changes that will affect its divisions serving the North American rail market.
TriMet's Morrison-Yamhill MAX Improvements project kicks off on Sunday, April 30. Crews will begin maintenance and rehab on some of Portland's oldest MAX alignment along SW Morrison and Yamhill streets…
Michael Baker International hired Ted Coffey as vice president and deputy national market lead in the railroad and transit practice. In this role, Coffey will oversee Michael Baker's East Coast…
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