The city of Coldwater, Mich., will be using just over $300,000 of its Capital Improvement Fund to pay for a portion of 10.1 miles of rail line improvement.
South Shore Line now thinks it’s low enough.
The October issue of RT&S features the annual crossties report.
The Railway Tie Association (RTA) Executive Committee has named Nathan (Nate) Irby, Ph.D., as the association’s next Executive Director.
The Finch West light-rail transit route has checked off key advances that literally put it on track for important vehicle testing to come later this year, including track work and needed elements for the maintenance and storage facility.
TriMet’s spring project has put some green rail on the MAX system in northeast Portland.
Railway Track & Structures Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson talks with Green Line Extension Project Manager John Dalton on construction progress and some challenges.
On May 19 the Foothill Gold Line Construction Authority used a zoom call to update those interested on the progress of the light-rail extension from Glendora to Pomona, Calif.
Tomorrow at 2 p.m. Eastern Railway Track and Structures magazine will be holding a virtual meeting on crossties and fasteners.
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