Campbell to serve as director of Infrastructure for TNW Corporation

Douglas Campbell is TNW Corporation’s (TNW) new director of Infrastructure and Strategic Initiatives (DISI).

CTA invests nearly $4M in Addison Red Line track improvements

The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) is investing nearly $4 million in railroad track improvements at its Addison Red Line station, the authority announced.


HNTB names Loftus as senior transit project manager

Daniel Loftus, PE, is a new leader in HNTB’s Chicago office, where he will now serve as senior transit project manager. 

Phoenix selects new light rail administrator

The city of Phoenix, Ariz., has a new light rail administrator. Markus Coleman, who brings experience in public transit, planning and development departments and the City Manager’s office, has been appointed to

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CalSTA awards $13.1M of SRA funds to advance 9 California projects

The California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) has awarded $13.1 million of Senate Bill 1 State Rail Assistance (SRA) funding to advance nine projects throughout California, the agency announced on March 6.


Macro taps Kennedy to serve as business development head

Macro, a division of Ross & Baruzzini, an advanced mobility and communications systems engineering consultancy firm, has appointed Sean Kennedy as its new director of business development.

Urban Engineers promotes Tuttle to office manager

Robert Tuttle, PE, is the new office manager of Urban Engineers’ Warrendale, Pa., location.

Rail projects in Montreal, Toronto and L.A. make Top 10 on world infrastructure list

Three transit and commuter rail projects in North America are among the most significant infrastructure projects on earth, according to advocacy group CG/LA.

Colorado’s Front Range Passenger Rail Commission names first project director

The Southwest Chief and Front Range Passenger Rail Commission has chosen Randy Grauberger to serve as its first project director.


‘SpikeEase’ pulls in big orders

Focused Technology Solutions is the recent winner of four major contracts for the first ever battery-operated spike puller, the “SpikeEase.”