Sound Transit’s Federal Way Link Extension receives Entry into Engineering approval from Federal Transit Administration (FTA) along with competitive Medium-High rating.
Transit systems everywhere must deal with noise and vibration issues. The causes are numerous and varied; the challenges, formidable.
Earlier this week, Sound Transit announced the agency’s completion of Positive Train Control (PTC) implementation and certification on all of its Sounder commuter rail vehicles operating between Lakewood and Everett.
Sound Transit has announced that the first section of its upcoming East Link rail installation has made another stride toward its completion with the installation of ballasted tracks that will carry light-rail
Sound Transit has named Ron Lewis as its executive director of Design, Engineering and Construction Management (DECM).
The Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (Sound Transit) has started the construction of its 2.4-mile Hilltop Tacoma Link Extension, which will extend the current rail line from the Theatre District in
Sound Transit has appointed Tracy Butler, a longtime executive of the Seattle agency, as chief financial officer.
The Sound Transit Board has selected an elevated light-rail alignment in downtown Redmond, Wash., that incorporates refinements the board recommended for further study in 2017.
Sound Transit says the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has allocated $100 million in FY 2018 capital investment grant funding for the Lynnwood Link light-rail extension.
Sound Transit selected WSP USA to perform design-build project management services for the Downtown Redmond Link Extension. WSP’s preconstruction services will include assistance in preparing and reviewing the design-build contract request for