RT&S covers the top news stories of the week.
The Dixie Fire is responsible for the destruction of over 963,000 acres in northern California, and according to fire officials it is now 94% contained.
Opposition for a high-speed maglev train line in the Washington D.C./Baltimore area is beginning to stack up.
The top stories RT&S was covering the week ending July 23.
When there is no way to come up, you need to keep going.
With backing from the White House and the Transportation Secretary, one would think the Gateway Project is finally ready for takeoff. However, there is another source delaying the countdown.
Transportation Secretary says it is time for Gateway Project work, but N.Y. Gov. Cuomo says there are other needs BNSF moves forward with plans to demolish rail bridge over Skagit River House
Transportation Secretary says it is time for Gateway Project work, but N.Y. Gov. Cuomo says there are other needs
Holding up corroded wire from the Hudson River tunnels, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said it is time to begin major construction on the Gateway Project.
Federal stimulus payments to the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) are paying off in terms of the chance for the completion of the Second Avenue Subway project in East Harlem.
Montgomery County, Md., is not going to get its wish.