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PUCO approves upgrades of eight rail crossings throughout Ohio
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) has approved eight highway-rail grade crossing projects in Lucas, Seneca, Stark and Wood counties.
Caltrain to host safety themed AMA discussion
With Caltrain's ridership continuing to surge and the Bay Area population growing, Caltrain is hosting a rail safety themed Reddit - Ask Me Anything (AMA) discussion to encourage an open…
Metro-North signal upgrades completed ahead of schedule
Metropolitan Transportation Authority Metro-North Railroad has completed permanent changes to its signal system to ensure automatic speed enforcement at five critical curves and five moveable bridges in New York and…
CTC allocates funds for ACE grade separation project
The California Transportation Commission (CTC) allocated $334 million in funding to 53 projects, including $48 million to the Alameda Corridor East - Construction Authority (ACE) Puente Avenue Grade Separation Project.
NCDOT begins series of PIP rail improvements between Salisbury and Kannapolis
On March 24, the N.C. Department of Transportation will begin a rail project to add 11 miles of second track to the Norfolk Southern line between Salisbury and Kannapolis. The…
TTCI hosts Senate and House Appropriation Committee members for facility tour
On March 18, members of the Senate and House Appropriation Committee toured the Federal Railroad Administration's (FRA) Transportation Technology Center (TTC), near Pueblo, Colo., to learn firsthand about the activities…
ASLRRA names 2013 safety winners
The American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA) named the winners of its Safety Awards for 2013. ASLRRA says the Safety Program enables the association to recognize the continued…
MTA moves forward with cameras on trains
The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is moving forward with the installation of video cameras on trains.
NRC Conference proves to be anything but dry
Good weather, but better information, could be found at the 2014 National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association Annual Conference.
Amtrak says FY2015 budget request protects NEC infrastructure
In its FY 2015 budget request to Congress, Amtrak is seeking a change in federal investment and says that continuation of current funding levels will leave the Northeast Corridor (NEC)…
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