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WSDOT and City of Tacoma Kick Off Construction of New Amtrak Station

  The planned move of Tacoma’s Amtrak station to Freighthouse Square, already home to Tacoma Dome Station, moved closer to fruition on July 13, as local officials celebrated the start of construction. Secretary of Transportation Roger Millar was joined by Tacoma mayor Marilyn Strickland at the Tacoma Dome Station plaza, and both spoke about the change […]

Quester Tangent Signs a Major Deal with CRRC

Quester Tangent is pleased to confirm the signing of a major contract with China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation (CRRC) Limited to deliver Train Monitoring and Diagnostic Systems, Networks and Engineering Services for CTA's new 7000 Series.

Nossaman Expands Infrastructure, Corporate Compliance Practices With Edward Fishman in D.C. Office

Nossaman has expanded its internationally recognized Infrastructure Practice Group and strengthened its corporate compliance practice with the hire of Edward Fishman, who joins the Washington, D.C. office as a Partner.

PA: Port Authority Continues Talks After Union Contracts Expire June 30

July 25--Port Authority bus drivers and other union employees have been working under a contract extension since June 30, but neither the union nor the authority expects any serious problems before an agreement is reached. "We're still wor

IL: CityLink Looks North and Northwest for a Growth Plan that Works

July 25--PEORIA -- A sign outside the McDonald's at 10701 N. Knoxville Ave. flashed messages over the weekend about food and drink specials, mixing in one that said "Now hiring." While the sign undoubtedly attracts customers, Terry Clark,

CA: Funding Plan for OC Streetcar Climbs $9M

July 26--ORANGE -- County transportation officials on Monday approved an increased capital funding plan for the OC Streetcar project ahead of a deadline to secure a federal grant. With 30 percent of the design completed, the OC Streetcar -

MA: Upgrades to Continue: T Readies for Winter

July 26--The MBTA plans to plunk another $30.3 million into upgrades on its aging Red Line tracks, where officials say they intend to finish work steeling the line against the type of elements that brought it to a halt two winters ago. The

Public Transportation Organizations Recognized For Sustainability Accomplishments

Public transit agencies and businesses voluntarily participate in the APTA Sustainability Commitment program and pledge to implement processes and actions that create continuous improvements in environmental, social, and economic sustainability.

AZ: 5 Things to Know Now that Tucson's Streetcar Turns 2

July 26--As it celebrates its second anniversary, here are five things to know about Sun Link, Tucson's streetcar line: 1 Ridership averages 4,000 weekday trips during fall and spring, said city spokesman Michael Graham. About 40 percent o

DigitalSignageConnection.com to Launch Monthly Webinar Series

Digital Signage Connection (DSC), the news and information portal supported by Digital Signage Expo as its year-round resource for digital signage professionals and end users invested in the digital signage space, has announced its 2016 webinar series.

DC: Metro Trains Forced to Run Slower Because of Heat

Washington Metrorail trains running aboveground have been restricted to 35 miles per hour because of the excessive heat Monday, the city's transit agency announced.

NJ: Bomb Threat Prompts Evacuation, Arrests On NJ Transit Train

An NJ TRANSIT train was evacuated and swept for explosives late Monday after someone allegedly made a bomb threat.

OR: New Plan for BRT in Southeast Portland

After several hurdles put the original plan on the back burner, Metro is hoping to get support for bus rapid transit along Southeast Division Street.

LA: Monroe Transit System Without Management Contract

The Monroe Transit System has been serving the community since 1906. But for the past two and a half years, the city hasn't had a contract management agreement with its operator, First Transit.

MB: Feds Fund Transit

Public transit and clean water got a big boost in Manitoba Monday, with $53 million and $49 million, respectively, in federal funding.

VA: GRTC Transit Route 'Tweaks' Estimated to Create $350,000 in Savings

GRTC Transit is eliminating three routes and altering nine others, according to a schedule of changes released Monday and scheduled to go into effect on or before Aug. 21.

Party Time! Boeing Celebrates 100 Years in Style

In the scheme of how long the universe has existed, 100 years is barely a speck in time. But in the world of aviation, it is one heck of a long time… and a huge chunk of human flight’s existence. It is crazy to think that the Wright Brothers first flew on December 17, 1903 and […] The post Party Time! Boeing Celebrates 100 Years in Style appeared first on AirlineReporter.

Lamifil: Catenary Wires in Copper and Copper Alloys for Railway Electrification

With expertise and experience comes an unparalleled record for producing specialised copper and aluminium alloy wire and cable products, for some of the world's leading companies.

Warsaw-Radom Line Modernisation

The modernisation of railway line number eight section between Warsaw Okecie and Radom in Southern Poland was initiated in July 2013.

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