Texas Central lays off 28 employees

Texas Central, the builder of the planned bullet train between Dallas and Houston, has laid off 28 employees due to delays in the project resulting from the impact of the coronavirus on

Same crowd that stopped Trans-Texas Corridor is ready to do the same with proposed bullet train

One down and another one to go. Fifteen years ago, a group against the Trans-Texas Corridor freeway project prevented crews from breaking ground and permanently disrupting the livelihood of residents along the

Texas Central signs agreement with Kiewit, Mass. Electric Construction to prepare for installation of Texas high-speed train

Today, Texas Central, developer of the Texas High-Speed Train, continues the momentum toward construction by announcing an agreement with one of the nation’s top train system installation firms Mass. Electric Construction Co.,

Texas high-speed rail moving forward

Archinect and the Houston Chronicle are reporting Texas Central has signed a deal with an Italian company to design, build, and put in the Texas Bullet Train, a 240-mile line between Dallas

Texas Central selects Renfe as operating partner

Texas Central has announced that international railway company Renfe will serve as the train’s operating partner.

Texas Central selects Salini Impregilo to lead civil construction of high-speed project

Texas Central has chosen global construction and engineering firm Salini Impregilo to lead the civil construction consortium that will build the Texas passenger line.

Texas Central selects Bechtel as project manager

Texas Central, developers of the high-speed train between North Texas and Houston, entered an agreement with Bechtel to work together on project management services.