Union Pacific replaces 110-year-old rail bridge in two days

Replacing a 110-year-old bridge in 48 hours is an ambitious task no matter who you ask; accomplishing it in 30 hours deserves a major acknowledgement. A cross-functional Union Pacific team recently did just that in Iowa.

MTA to perform FASTRACK work on the G Line

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced maintenance, cleaning, and repair work will be performed along the G line on weeknights beginning Monday, June 20, and concluding on Friday, July 8.

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BNSF’s permit to build bridge in Washington is denied

It’s back to the Ecology board for BNSF in the state of Washington.

Watch: Update on high-speed rail San Jose-to-Merced project in Calif.

The San Jose-to-Merced project section of the California high-speed rail system will provide a critical rail link between the San Francisco Bay Area and the Central Valley.

Watch: Amtrak increasing speed of Acela trains in New Jersey

Amtrak passengers can now travel even faster on Acela as recent infrastructure improvements along a 16-mile segment of the Northeast Corridor in New Jersey between South Brunswick (Monmouth Junction) and Trenton known as the Raceway can accommodate speeds of up to 150 mph.

Problem with concrete track supports now plagues East Link light rail project

Damage to concrete track supports on the I-90 floating bridge deck in the state of Washington has inserted another delay in Sound Transit’s East Link light rail project.

High-speed rail project in Calif. about to be ‘nearly 423 miles environmentally cleared’

The California High-Speed Rail Authority has released the Final Environmental Impact Report/Environmental Impact Statement for the approximately 43-mile San Francisco-to-San Jose project section in northern California.

Bells & Whistles—NTSB determines cause of Tempe train derailment

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BNSF Railway advances track efficiency improvements in San Bernardino

Traffic will flow more smoothly through BNSF’s San Bernardino intermodal facility.

Archaeologist’s exciting time on Maya Train project is all you need to know about how far it is from finish line

When it comes to making deadlines, it is not a good sign when an archaeologist on site is enjoying his or her time.