The November issue of RT&S contains a feature story on BART’s rail grinding program.
Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART)
The first Expedited Project Delivery (EPD) Pilot Program project is closer to reality today after the U.S. DOT advanced Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority’s (VTA’s) Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) Silicon Valley Phase II project.
The city of Millbrae, Calif., announced an agreement with the Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) to return several downtown parcels of land that both give the city new opportunities to develop significant mixed-use housing and commercial units and to further leverage its demands that California high-speed rail tracks be under-grounded.
There are now more rebuilding projects happening across BART than at any point in the system’s history. There are currently 135 projects underway and some that deal with core infrastructure needs are
Between July and September 2020, BART crews will be working around the clock to replace and rebuild the nearly 50-year-old interlocking and other critical track components located just south of the Hayward
A joint venture of of Mott McDonald and PGH Wong Engineering has won the contract to provide general engineering services for Phase II of the 16-mile, six-station Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)
The Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) will replace an aging traction-power substation at its San Leandro station. BART says the project will take some 14 months to complete. The plan for the
The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) Board allocated $10.1 million to the Tri-Valley – San Joaquin Valley Regional Rail Authority at its Sept. 26 meeting to complete environmental work and initial design of