Metra recently announced that it has applied for a federal grant to help the railroad fund a $25.2 million program for installation of the Positive Train Control (PTC) safety system on its Milwaukee North and West lines.
The US Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has approved a loan of $967.1m to support the installation of positive train control (PTC) on the Long Island and Metro-North railroads.
The US Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) is accepting applications for $25m in competitive grant funding available to railroads, suppliers and state and local governments for the implementation of positive train control (PTC).
The US Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has provided a grant of $25m for 11 projects in six states and the district of Columbia to help execute positive train control (PTC) systems.
US primary system integrator Parsons has won a contract to install positive train control (PTC), anti-collision technology on Metra commuter trains in Chicago, Illinois.