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Fascinating fasteners for keeping track tight
Small in size, fasteners keep a tight grip on track. Keeping track in place is imporant to all railroads, whether it’s a Class 1, regional, shortline or transit line. The…
Harsco to refurbish Houston light-rail bridge
Harsco Corporation has secured an extended role in its ongoing support of the Houston Metro light-rail project to refurbish the historic Main Street Bridge in Houston, Texas.
Gannett Fleming names Mulqueen transit rail practice manager
Bryan Mulqueen was named the national manager of Gannett Fleming's Transit & Rail Practice. In this role, Mulqueen is responsible for maintaining the quality and consistency of the practice's work…
RTD recommends Kiewit proposal to complete full I-225 rail line
Denver's Regional Transportation District (RTD) staff recommended to the RTD Board of Directors to move forward with a proposal from Kiewit Infrastructure Co., to complete the I-225 Light Rail Line…
WMATA takes delivery of track geometry vehicle
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority has accepted delivery of its first track geometry vehicle (TGV), a specialized railcar equipped with advanced technology to analyze the condition of rail and track…
HDR acquires InfraConsult
HDR Engineering, Inc., has acquired InfraConsult LLC, an infrastructure management and advisory firm with five offices in Arizona, California, New Mexico and Hawaii. Financial terms of the agreement were not…
Phoenix completes the sale of Conshohocken Rail to FirstCity Crestone subsidiary
Phoenix Management Services, through its affiliate PMCM, LLC, sold the assets of Conshohocken Rail, LLC, on June 1, 2012, to Conshohocken Recycling & Rail Transfer, LLC, a subsidiary of Regional…
Beijer Electronics awarded WMATA contract
Beijer Electronics, through its subsidiary Westermo, won a $SEK30 million (US$4 million) contract from Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority to provide its new solution for IP communication (Westermo IP-train solution).
Remembering William D. Kennedy
William D. Kennedy, a respected expert on tunnel ventilation and former vice president and senior engineering manager with Parsons Brinckerhoff, died on June 23 at the age of 69.
Atkins names practice manager for transit and rail
Atkins, which specializes in engineering and design consultancy, hired Jonathan McDonald, PE, as vice president and senior practice manager for the company's transit and rail practice. He is based in…
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