A vital Canadian National line in southern British Columbia is officially back on the grid.
The cost of the Caltrain electrification project just went up.
City of Everett, Wash., officials are getting ready to submit a letter to Sound Transit outlining their concerns and priorities for an extension of light rail from Lynnwood to downtown Everett.
The National Transportation Safety Board has determined the probable cause of a SEPTA accident on July 8, 2019. Two excerpts from the press release are reproduced below, with a link to the full Accident Brief at the end.
STV this week announced it has added two key members to its senior leadership team. Beth Miller has joined STV in the newly created position of vice president of communications, and Athena Ullah has been promoted to chief of staff.
As crews continue to make progress at the launch site for the tunnel boring machines that dig between Renforth Drive and Scarlett Road, Metrolinx and Infrastructure Ontario are moving forward with plans for a second section of tunnels for the Eglinton Crosstown West Extension. Read on to get the latest info.
As Governors make plans to deploy new federal dollars to improve infrastructure in their states and territories, the National Governors Association (NGA) hosted five governors, federal officials and private-sector partners for an Infrastructure Summit to explore best practices and spotlight gubernatorial leadership on the issue.
CN received a top industry award for the McComb-Bonnet Carré Spillway Bridge replacement near New Orleans, Louisiana.
Court sides with Calif. high-speed rail project, says it was ‘single object of work’ of Proposition 1A
The way something was worded was enough for a group against high-speed rail in California to have more than a few words in court. And the rhetoric may not be finished.
Norfolk Southern (NS) on Dec. 2 reported that Chairman and CEO Jim Squires will retire in May 2022; he will be succeeded by Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Alan H. Shaw, a 27-year NS veteran.