ATLANTA – MARTA will start work on March 13th to replace its north pedestrian bridge. Once the new bridge reopens in October, work will start on the south bridge.
HARRISON, N.J. – Port Authority New York and New Jersey reports the Harrison Station on the PATH commuter rail is now open after renovations.
NEW YORK CITY – From March 9th to March 18th, MTA crews will perform accessibility and track upgrades to its subway lines, including Queensboro Plaza.
TOPEKA, Kan. – Through the Rail Service Improvement Program (RSIP), 17 short line rail expansion and rehabilitation projects will receive a total $16.5 million.
SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. – Freight traffic halted once more after crews observed accelerated movement of the slope in San Clemente, and OCTA received $7.2 million for a catchment wall.
FORT WORTH, Texas – DavRail’s new partnership with McCulloch Group allows it to distribute McCulloch’s rail handling and logistics equipment.
BOSTON – The MBTA reports it completed track work along its Red Line between February 5th to February 14th, allowing them to remove 8 speed restrictions.
PITTSBURGH – After a year-long consultation, L.B. Foster has announced its new global website that houses a global rail segment and an infrastructure segment.
SEATTLE – A rail line between Bellevue and Redmond on the Eastside will open spring 2024.
MADISON, Wis. – Four rail engineering courses will be offered online and/or in-person through University of Wisconsin-Madison.
SAN CLEMENTE – Freight operations have stopped overnight after crews documented continued slope movement.
JUNEAU, Alaska – The State of Alaska reports a successful deployment and detonation of two CIL explosives on an unmanned UAS by the Alaska Railroad Corporation and Alaska DOT&PF.
TORONTO – Starting February 18th, the TTC, along with the City of Toronto, will begin work along King St. W.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Washington Metrorail Safety Commission (WMSC) issued a safety audit report for Metrorail’s power systems.
JEWETT, Ohio – NTSB investigators have begun conducting observations and interviews regarding the fatality of a Ohio Central Railroad signal maintainer.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Over the next three years, WMATA will complete track work that includes station closures on its Red Line starting this summer.
ORANGE COUNTY – OCTA and Metrolink crews have removed some tarps to assess the condition of the slope. Metrolink issues RFP to construct a barrier wall.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – On February 8th, the Illinois Commerce Commission has approved crossing upgrades in Iroquois, Adams, and Logan Counties.
ATLANTA – Norfolk Southern commends the work of its Capital Production Gangs for laying 556 miles of Program Rail.
SAN CLEMENTE – As debris continues to fall near Mariposa Point, OCTA gives an update on the rail right-of-way.