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HDR JV selected to provide pre-AFP design for Toronto interchange station
HDR Corporation, in a joint venture with VIA Architecture, has been selected by Metrolinx to provide pre-AFP design services for the Eglinton-Yonge Light Rail Transit Interchange Station in Toronto.
TTC and LACMTA see rise in ridership
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) in Toronto, ON, Canada, has set a new 12-month ridership record. From October 3, 2011 to October 2, 2012, the TTC carried more than 510…
OneRail writes Obama and Romney campaigns urging support of rail networks
The OneRail Coalition, an alliance of freight and passenger stakeholders, has issued letters to the Obama and Romney presidential campaigns emphasizing the importance of the nation's rail networks.
FTA provides LYNX Blue Line with $580 million
The Federal Transit Administration has agreed to provide Charlotte, N.C., with $580 million to extend the LYNX Blue Line light-rail system from downtown Charlotte to the city's University of North…
Valley Metro receives funding for Central Mesa Extension
The Federal Transit Administration awarded the city of Mesa, Ariz., $75 million for construction of a 3.1-mile light-rail extension connecting the city with Phoenix and Tempe.
DART elects board chair, vice chair
John Danish, an attorney, has been re-elected chair of the Dallas Area Rapid Transit Board of Directors.
NYCT FASTRACK begins on Seventh Avenue Line
Metropolitan Transit Authority New York City Transit is bringing FASTRACK back to the Seventh Avenue Line beginning Monday, October 15, when the 1, 2 and 3 Lines will be shut…
BART ridership up in October
The number of people riding San Francisco-area's Bay Area Rapid Transit is soaring this month.
Houston METRO erects first station canopy on light-rail extension
Houston METRO has passed several milestones on its way to placing 15-plus miles of new track east, north and southeast of the central business district.
SFMTA receives $942.2 million in federal funding for Central Subway Project
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency received federal approval of an agreement dedicating $942.2 million in federal funds to the Central Subway Project.
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