The top stories RT&S was covering the week ending July 23.
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.
BART managed to leverage pandemic downtime to push forward their rebuilding work.
Earlier this week officials announced plans for a high-speed rail line connecting Raleigh, N.C., and Atlanta.
The Chicago Region Environmental and Transportation Efficiency (CREATE) Program partners received a $19.1 million federal grant for construction of the Archer Avenue Grade Separation at the Belt Railway of Chicago (BRC) rail tracks.
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.
Texas Central makes a major decision to move it’s high-speed project forward.
Komatsu Mining Corp.’s new facility in the city of Milwaukee will have a new railroad spur.
The Senate could be voting on its version of a historical infrastructure bill as early as this week, which means there is a chance it could become law by the August recess.