Sometimes railroad bridges just need a little paint.
The Engineers’ Club of Philadelphia announced that William Thomsen, P.E., senior vice president, COO of National Services, president and CEO at Urban Engineers of New York, has been elected as the 2021 Delaware Valley Engineer of the Year.
Now that the Biden administration has suggested it is all in regarding improving rail infrastructure, the projects are rolling in.
February issue of RT&S is now digital—track maintenance, winter maintenance, trucks/hi-rail vehicles
The February issue of RT&S features a story on track maintenance in the city of Baltimore as well as product/market reviews in rail grinding, winter maintenance, and in the truck/hi-rail vehicle segments.
The U.S. DOT’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announced a $766.5 million Capital Investment Grant (CIG) agreement with New Jersey Transit Corporation (New Jersey Transit) for the Portal North Bridge Project in Hudson
A light-rail extension in Ottawa, Canada, could displace some low-income homeowners, but officials are trying to assure residents they will be taken care of by the city. The confidence level, however, is
RT&S Editor-in-Chief talks with new Railway Tie Association Executive Director Ashley Goodin about the current and future situation of the crosstie market. Listen to more podcasts.
Crosslinx Transit Solutions (CTS) wants some credit for working through a pandemic. An acknowledgement of cost overruns would be nice, too. CTS, which is building the Eglinton Crosstown project in Toronto, is
September 21 is the last day the public in Lafayette County, Ark., can comment on a proposed bridge project by Union Pacific. The Class 1 railroad company is looking to replace Bridge
NARSTCO, North America’s leading manufacturer of steel ties and turnout sets, marked a major safety milestone, successfully completing 1-million-manhours without an OSHA recordable injury at its Texas facilities. At its Midlothian and