The August issue of RT&S contains a construction update on high-speed rail in the U.S.
Ballast, Ties, Rail
When he got up on the morning of Aug. 8, David Starr had no thoughts of being an emergency flagger.
The top news stories of the week.
My son came off looking like an unlucky racoon sprawled across the pavement.
Crews for the Hurontario LRT project are working to connect a creek near Port Credit GO Station.
The heat wave that is smacking the Philadelphia area has SEPTA making repeated inspections on its track.
In order for construction crews to connect the existing Tacoma Link line to the Hilltop Tacoma Link Extension, the T Line will be shut down Aug. 1 to Sept. 16 at the intersection of 9th Avenue and Commerce Street.
Geneva, Ill., has been waiting for a third rail to be constructed for quite some time, and officials said the project should begin next month.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority Summer 2022 Construction Update highlights continued progress being made on the nation’s first high-speed rail project.
Guideway construction for the Hurontario LRT project along Hurontario Street is in the works.
Union Pacific is making land claims out west, and it is leading people to believe the Class 1 is preparing for a line expansion.
Canada’s supply chain is still feeling the impacts of the pandemic and the Government of Canada is committed to addressing this by strengthening Canada’s supply chains and trade corridors, which will grow the economy and mitigate global inflation.
The July issue of RT&S features the magazine’s annual Women in Railroad Engineering list along with product features covering the fasteners and special trackwork markets.
The top news stories of the week ending July 8.
The wheels of the Uinta Basin Railway project, which will be built to help haul oil, are being greased.
Koppers recently presented the annual Zero Harm President’s Award to its Muncy facility in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, in recognition of its best-in-company performance as measured in safety, environmental responsibility, and innovation.
The city of Houston and Harris County, Texas, are planning on suing Union Pacific over a site that they are calling “contaminated” in the city’s Fifth Ward.
A baby step is better than a crawl.
As part of the MBTA’s Capital Programs, the Capital Transformation team has completed the 12-day closure on the Green Line B Branch, accomplishing infrastructure work that will improve safety and reliability on the line.
Canadian National continues to announce rail maintenance plans for its network.