A regulatory change shook up the railroad bridge industry in 2010. Now technology is doing the same thing. Everything changed in 2010. That’s when the the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) published its
Concrete pedestals at the planned Dulles Airport Metro station are cracking, according to the Washington Post, the latest in a series of flaws and mishaps on the Silver Line project.
Sound Transit’s Federal Way Link Extension receives Entry into Engineering approval from Federal Transit Administration (FTA) along with competitive Medium-High rating.
A subsidiary of RailWorks Corp. will build build rail infrastructure at a new storage and handling yard in Gregory, Texas.
Pandrol, a manufacturer of rail fastening systems and aluminothermic welding systems, released a new app that is designed to improve weld traceability across the rail sector.
Suppliers and contractors aim to provide railroads with efficient ballast delivery methods and long-lasting solutions. Here’s a look at what’s happening in ballast maintenance in 2019.
Amtrak has executed a Master Development Agreement with Penn Station Partners to redevelop and expand historic Baltimore Penn Station on the Northeast Corridor. Amtrak plans to contribute up to $90 million toward
The Transportation Technology Center, Inc. (TTCI) issued its annual report, complete with a slew of research findings that are must-reads for folks working in track and structures.
Two rail extension projects in the Midwest picked up “medium-high” ratings from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) — a designation that makes it likely the federal government will provide funding for construction
Railroad Software has launched bridge inspection software within its TrackAsset application for the electronic capture of bridge inspections for the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) compliance.