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.
The North County Transit District (NCTD) has released a public update on the status of work along the Del Mar bluffs.
BART managed to leverage pandemic downtime to push forward their rebuilding work.
TriMet launched a pilot project in July to get a new view of track infrastructure and help in the assessment of maintenance needs.
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.
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.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s (MTA) estimate for the QueensLink project was fit for a king … if he ruled the world.
I was having dinner with my best friend when I realized I have never seen what was inside of his safe.
SEPTA crews will work around-the-clock for 17 days, tackling critical track and power maintenance, station upgrades, and intensive cleaning as part of the 2021 Trolley Tunnel Blitz.