The top news stories RT&S was following this week.
At the VTA Board of Directors meeting on May 5 the VTA Board will vote on a contract for the initial stage of the tunnel and trackwork, known as Contract Package 2 (CP2) for VTA’s BART Silicon Valley Phase II Extension (BSVII) Project.
The deadline to nominate your top project in North America for the 2022 RT&S Top Projects list is May 7.
The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority wants the one thing that has never been done before in the U.S. to be, well, done. However, it is not a done deal.
There is plenty of rail maintenance and construction activity going on at the International Port of Coos Bay in Oregon, and an important phase was recently completed.
The tunnel boring machines on the Eglinton Crosstown West Extension project got their first taste of work on April 11.
The Baltimore Grand Slam has turned into a big out.
Officials were on hand in Toronto, Canada, to sound the horns and mark the beginning of another subway project.
When product runs out for a lengthy period of time, you consider making your own.
Despite new designs released for the second phase of the $10 billion REM de L’Est light-rail project in Montreal, a new delay could mean a late start in terms of construction.
The saga of the Southwest light-rail project in Minneapolis is looking more and more like a soap opera series.
The top news stories RT&S was covering the week ending Jan. 28.
An Olympic event is about to be completed in Los Angeles.
Park board, fed up by rail tunnel construction delays, denies Met Council’s request for permit extension
The Minneapolis Park Board is fed up with delays dealing with Southwest light-rail construction, so it added to the problem.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced that the Second Avenue Subway expansion project that would extend the Second Avenue line to 125th Street in East Harlem has moved to the engineering phase of the project timeline.
The Surface Transportation Board recently approved a new rail line in Utah, and officials can’t say enough against it.
Those hoping to see rail projects bustling in 2022 as a result from the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill need to set their sights on 2023.
Now that the deal has been signed, the dealings begin.
A timeline should not give a pair of scissors the attention.
The public will have the opportunity to comment on the six alternatives for L.A. Metro’s Sepulveda Transit Corridor Project.