The MTA will definitely be working on the railroad this weekend.
ON Track Maintenance
RT&S reported Monday that MBTA had announced that it would reschedule work on the Orange Line planned for next month.
Free buses will support BART track shutdowns in Union City on 10 weekends in 2022, with the next shutdown scheduled for Aug. 13–14.
Last week, the MBTA rescheduled work that was set to begin this past weekend.
The top news stories of the week ending July 29.
Was BART having a brain cramp? Did it just zone out?
A 100-year rain event hit the St. Louis region on July 26, and it made a spectacle out of the St. Louis MetroLink.
The heat wave that is smacking the Philadelphia area has SEPTA making repeated inspections on its track.
As part of the MBTA’s Capital Programs, the Capital Transformation team has successfully completed the 12-day full-access closure on the Green Line C Branch, delivering critical safety and dependability improvements across the branch.
ENSCO Rail, Inc., announced on July 21 that Etihad Rail, the developer and operator of the UAE National Rail Network, awarded the company a multi-year contract for a track inspection vehicle to assist in the building of the UAE’s first freight and passenger railway network.
A train derailed in Alpena Township, Mich., on July 21.
Intense heat is covering much of the U.S., and it is forcing a cool down in terms of train speeds.
Service on Amtrak’s Capitol Corridor was shut down for nine hours Friday after a Union Pacific front-load tractor was struck by a Capitol Corridor train.
Hundreds of Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) frontline workers were out in the system on July 18 responding to heavy rainfall during the rush hour commute.
On July 14, the MBTA reported on its progress to address ongoing safety concerns raised during a Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Safety Management Inspection (SMI) last month.
Advances in technology have always moved the railroad forward.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority will soon decide on which technology it will turn to in regard to its Signaling Challenge Initiative.
Transport Canada is taking action to further improve the safety and security of Canada’s rail system, especially in light of the impacts of climate change and severe weather on railway operations.
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 New York City region’s Metropolitan Transit Authority has kicked off several projects recently in order to maintain their infrastructure in a state of good repair and to add some new service. Here are three of the rail projects the agency is working on.