The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) is getting ready to enter the construction phase of the Lawrence-Bryn Mawr Modernization Project, which is part of the Red and Purple Line Modernization Program.
While this is not a typical RT&S story, the U.S. DOT’s efforts to reduce the impact of the Colonial Pipeline outage are worth reviewing.
In the May issue of RT&S you can find stories on Brightline’s massive bridge project in Orlando, emergency bridge repairs on the Turkey River, and bridge maintenance on a CSX bridge.
Officials trying to read between the lines of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s announcement on May 11 appear to be all on one side, and that side is light rail.
Even after a five-month procurement process and 66 informational packets requested, the Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District has tossed two bids for the main construction work on the South Shore Line Double Track project.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) today announced that the New York City Subway, Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad have reached pandemic ridership records, with 2,239,500 trips on the New York City Subway (including 3,823 on the Staten Island Railway), 101,600 LIRR, and 83,100 Metro-North trips recorded on Friday, May 7. New York City Buses reached a pandemic high one day earlier, on Thursday, May 6, of 1,245,629.
Nobody wants to see a twin killing outside of the game of baseball.
New York lawmaker wants Amtrak to repair rail tunnels one way … and it could become law Service in December 2021? HART interim executive hopes section of light-rail line will be ready
Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transit (HART) interim executive Lori Kahikina believes a portion of Hawaii’s first light-rail line can be open in a matter of months.
Metro released its budget Tuesday for the 2022 Fiscal Year that runs between this coming July 1 and June 30, 2022.