The top stories RT&S was covering the week ending July 23.
Author: Bill Wilson
The NRC Chairman’s Column appeared in the July issue of RT&S and was written by NRC Chairman Jim Hansen.
When there is no way to come up, you need to keep going.
Earlier this week officials announced plans for a high-speed rail line connecting Raleigh, N.C., and Atlanta.
TriMet launched a pilot project in July to get a new view of track infrastructure and help in the assessment of maintenance needs.
The Riverside (Calif.) Board of Supervisors is ready to approve a $64.79 million contract with an engineering company for construction of a railroad grade separation in Jurupa Valley.
EllisDon, a construction services and infrastructure development company, announced that they have formed a partnership to advance the development of high-speed rail connecting Edmonton, Red Deer, and Calgary in Alberta, Canada. EllisDon and its team took the initiative to propose the project within the Government of Alberta’s Unsolicited Proposal Guidelines and Framework.
Komatsu Mining Corp.’s new facility in the city of Milwaukee will have a new railroad spur.
Lawmakers worried about giving the IRS more money and power may have weakened the chances of a major infrastructure bill passing by the August recess.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority Construction & Development recently pushed the second of two railroad bridges into place on Willis Avenue under the main line.