Metrolink is back in business in Southern Orange County.
Railway Track & Structures Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson covers the top news stories of the week.
Metrolink faces nightmare with unstable track in south Orange County – service suspended in the area for at least two weeks
Metrolink has undertaken emergency track work in south Orange County through Oct. 4.
On July 23rd, the Metrolink Board of Directors certified the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for its Simi Valley Double Track Project, which is designed to increase train capacity on Metrolink’s Ventura County Line and the existing Simi Valley Station.
Orange Country seems well-positioned for transportation infrastructure improvements during the next couple of decades.
Stephanie Wiggins is slated to return to Los Angeles Country Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) in May as its first woman, and first African-American woman, chief executive.
While many predicted COVID would be the death of commuting, a new Metrolink survey says otherwise.
Metrolink announced [Friday] it was awarded up to $13.6 million of Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) Section 130 Program Funds for safety improvements at four grade crossings along its Antelope Valley Line in the cities of Palmdale and Lancaster.
The newsroom at Amtrak has been busy for the past couple of days. Yesterday, Amtrak CEO Bill Flynn announced that Stephen Gardner has been named president of the agency, effective today. Gardner’s
Parsons Corporation announced today that the company has been selected by the Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA) as one of five engineering firms for a three-year $50 million task order contract.