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Orange County Coastal Rail Resiliency Study

ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. –– The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) and the LOSSAN Rail Corridor (Los Angeles – San Diego – San Luis Obispo) are working together on an Orange County Coastal Rail Resiliency Study. The study began in November 2023 and completion is expected in Fall 2025. OCTA is studying rail challenges in south Orange County to assess existing and future environmental risks and issues with operations and maintenance along the LOSSAN Rail Corridor. The study will evaluate strategies to address these challenges.

LOSSAN Rail Corridor Awarded $53 Million

OCEANSIDE, Calif. –– The continuing problems of geologic stability and shifting track along the LOSSAN Corridor in southern California are drawing more attention to this area. While this story focuses on a bridge replacement, the new bridge replaces one that is 108 years old and is subject to washout.

Skanska-Fay JV Selected for Howard Street Tunnel Clearance Project

BALTIMORE – A joint venture (JV) between Skanska and Fay, S&B USA Construction, has been selected for the $293 million Howard Street Tunnel Clearance Program, commonly known as the Howard Street Tunnel Project, which includes modernizing the historic 125-year-old Howard Street Tunnel in Baltimore, Md., along CSX’s I-95 rail corridor.

Gateway Development Commission End-of-Year Letter Touts Historic Progress on Hudson Tunnel Project: “A New American Renaissance Is Underway In Infrastructure”

NEWARK/NEW YORK – Gateway Development Commission (GDC) CEO Kris Kolluri today sent a letter to the GDC Board of Commissioners outlining this year’s historic progress on the Hudson Tunnel Project (HTP), including the start of construction in both New York and New Jersey and the largest ever federal funding commitment to any modern infrastructure project.