Gov. Phil Murphy is proposing hundreds of millions of dollars in additional funding for New Jersey Transit’s operations in fiscal 2019.
Bentley Systems, Inc., a global provider of comprehensive software solutions for advancing infrastructure, is calling for submissions to its Year in Infrastructure 2018 Awards program.
Chemicals and coal turned in carload increases for the week of March 10, but year-to-date volume failed to keep pace with the 2017 period, according to the Association of American Railroads.
California’s North County Transit District celebrated the 10th anniversary of its Sprinter hybrid light rail commuter system March 9.
Work on Toronto’s 12-mile Eglinton Avenue Crosstown LRT, the city’s first such project, will break out onto the surface during 2018.
Amtrak has been awarded a five-year contract by Maryland Department of Transportation-Maryland Transit Administration (MTA) to continue operating commuter rail services.
Railway Age has named Class III railroad Lake State Railway as its Short Line of the Year, and Class II Indiana Rail Road as its Regional of the Year.
A British firm thinks retired London Underground trains can find a new home running on budget-conscious passenger lines in the United States.
California’s proposed high-speed rail system will cost $13 billion more and take four years longer to build than original estimates.
The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) on March 9 announced eight winners of the MTA Genius Transit Challenge, including two that “plan to immediately reinvest their cash awards from the competition and contribute seed money to advance their ideas in conjunction with the MTA.”