Whenever politicians in New York and New Jersey can find a gateway, they are going to talk about the Gateway Project. It happened again on May 28, when the Gateway Program Development
During the past several months, RT&S News has reported on concerns about cybersecurity in the industry. These concerns are not new, as they have been the subjects of numerous articles, speeches and
A pair of railroad bridges in Jackson, Mich., will increase their vertical. Work on the Jackson Street and Mechanic Street bridges is set to begin on June 1. The Jackson Street bridge,
Today, the Trump Administration announced millions of cloth facial coverings will be sent to workers in critical sectors of America’s economy. Approximately 15.5 million will be sent to the Nation’s transportation workforce.
TriMet’s budget adjustments due to COVID-19 pandemic focus on preserving service and jobs, ensuring safety
Editor’s Note: TriMet provides bus, light rail and commuter rail transit services in the Portland, Oregon, metro area. Like other transit agencies, TriMet has been dealing with a plethora of issues related
Railway Track & Structures Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson talks with transit mapper and author Christof Spieler on transit systems in the U.S., Ottawa’s efficient passenger rail line, transit life after COVID-19, and more.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) today announced the recipients of more than $302 million in grant funds under the Federal-State Partnership for State of Good Repair Program (Partnership
Since before the worldwide pandemic hit, rail employment levels had been shrinking for many months. Declining traffic volume, especially reductions in coal movements, were considered the key culprits. Now, add the horrific
Railroad track construction starts at Pikes Peak. Crews take just 36 hours to build tunnel system in Michigan. NTSB releases report on deadly train accident in N.Y. Discussions with Purple Line workers
There was an Amtrak train from Chicago due for arrival, and railroad construction crews in Ann Arbor, Mich., did just about everything in their power to keep it from stopping. Working with