Just shy of a month ago, RT&S reported that the Metropolitan Atlanta Transit Authority (MARTA) was beginning “state of good repair” work on it’s heavy rail lines north of the Lindbergh Center, running through Buckhead and Lenox stations.
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New Jersey releases grants for rail/bridge maintenance and new construction Winter weather wallops Class 1 roads MBTA’s Phase 1 work of South Coast Rail is moving along Norfolk Southern does everything right
Ten railroad projects in New Jersey will receive financial assistance from the state’s Department of Transportation.
With Plasser & Theurer’s newly developed rail grinding machine for light rail and trams, rail traffic is easy on the ears: trains travel more quietly on ground rails. The world’s first ATMO (Automatic Track Machine Oscillator) was developed as part of Shift2Rail and combines two working methods.
The top news stories RT&S was covering the week ending Feb. 12.
Look at that butterfly. Wow, what dynamic coloring. It’s just bouncing from flower to flower, and there are some old railroad crossties … but the nature surrounding us is just incredible.
February issue of RT&S is now digital—track maintenance, winter maintenance, trucks/hi-rail vehicles
The February issue of RT&S features a story on track maintenance in the city of Baltimore as well as product/market reviews in rail grinding, winter maintenance, and in the truck/hi-rail vehicle segments.
Desperation? Washington Metro looks to bond sales for second time in less than a year to help fund capital projects
A federal bailout kept Washington’s Metro from a disaster, but more is needed to avoid another one.
When railroads were built, clearance concerns were limited to boxcars, hopper cars, and other general freight cars.
A portion of scenic railroad track in Maryland is not much to look at between the rails. That’s because crossties needs to be replaced … all of them. The Federal Railroad Administration