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Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood on May 9 announced the Obama Administration’s redistribution of roughly $2.02 billion in high speed rail funds, derived from funds originally targeted for Florida’s $2.4 billion HSR project, prior to Gov. Rick Scott’s rejection of the federal package. ...
Responding to news reports that highlighted potential terrorist interest in, and threats to, North American railroads outlined by documents and other media seized by U.S. Special Forces in Pakistan, the Association of American Railroads assured the public that measures have been taken, and will cont ...

The California High-Speed Rail Authority Thursday agreed to reconsider an HSR route between Los Angeles and San Francisco roughly paralleling Interstate 5, closer to the Pacific coast than the Central Valley option, still viable, through the state’s interior.

Paris-based International Union of Railways (Union Internationale des Chemin de Fer, or UIC) says it will officially launch its Declaration on Sustainable Mobility and Transport campaign May 11 in New York. UIC says it has signatures from 43 railways, representing more than 60% of the total passenge ...
American Railcar Industries, Inc. said Thursday the Indian Railways Research Designs and Standards Organization (Indian Railways) has awarded ARI a global tender to design and develop certain railcars for service in India. The contract is valued at $9.6 million. ...
Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory and City Manager Milton Dohoney, Jr., in a move widely anticipated by pro-rail activists, have announced a revised construction plan for the Cincinnati Streetcar project that will use the $99 million in funding that has already been identified and secured. ...
Siemens Energy announced that it shipped 22 wind turbine nacelles and hubs from its new nacelle assembly facility in Hutchinson, Kans., Thursday. ...
FreightCar America, Inc. on Thursday reported first-quarter revenue of $72.2 million and a net loss of $1.3 million. Fourth-quarter 2010 revenue was $51.0 million and the net loss was $3.5 million. The company generated revenue of $19.5 million and a net loss of $3.3 million in the first quarter of ...
U.S. freight carload traffic for the week ending April 30 was “flat” compared with the same week in 2010, but U.S. intermodal traffic advanced 7.8% compared with the same period, the Association of American Railroads said Thursday. ...
04 May 2011

For NYCT

New York City Transit broke new ground in North American rapid transit when it procured a radio-frequency-based Communications-Based Train Control system on the Canarsie “L” line. The innovation apparently hasn’t stopped with CBTC, because the L was recently the scene of a uniq ...
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