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Metropolitan Council chair addresses Southwest LRT concerns; says more time needed to evaluate options
In Minnesota, the Metropolitan Council Chair Susan Haigh addressed concerns surrounding the Southwest Light Rail Transit (LRT) green line extension and said more time is needed to evaluate all the…
Tacoma Link celebrates ten years and 9.4 million riders
Sound Transit celebrated 10 years of light-rail service on its Tacoma Link August 21.
UTA opens Draper Line, wraps up FrontLines 2015 program ahead of schedule
Utah Transit Authority (UTA) Draper TRAX light-rail line, a 3.8-mile extension of service in the Salt Lake City area, is now open.
CPUC reaffirms Expo Line Phase 2 grade crossings
The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) has re-affirmed Resolution SX-100 that authorizes the Exposition Construction Authority to construct 16 at-grade and 11 grade-separated rail crossings as part of Phase 2…
NYCT reopens Central Av. M Station following rehab
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) New York City Transit (NYCT) reopened its Central Av. M subway station on the Myrtle Avenue line after a five-month station rehabilitation.
CTA awards Blue Line trackwork and substation contracts, reveals plans for station renovation
The Chicago Transit Board has hired Keiwit Infrastructure Co. as the general contractor for the Milwaukee Blue Line Track Renewal project with a contract valued at $20.4 million.
Congress approves $189 million for Houston light rail
Congress has given the green light to Houston METRO for rail expansion, with approval of $94.5 million for the North/Red Line extension and another $94.5 million for the Southeast/Purple Line.
First guideway column in place for Evergreen Line
The Evergreen Line project in Metro Vancouver, BC, Canada, is beginning to take shape, with the first guideway column for the rapid transit line in place.
FASTRACK returns to Queens on the E/M/R
Metropolitan Transportation Authority New York City Transit is bringing FASTRACK back to Queens on the E, M and R Line August 12 for four consecutive weeknights until August 16.
VTA’s BART Silicon Valley Berryessa Extension awarded $40 million from state
Another $40 million in Traffic Congestion Relief Program (TCRP) funding was allocated to the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority's (VTA) Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Silicon Valley Project by the…
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