Transit Briefs: OCTA, PRT, Amtrak/CHIP

Written by Carolina Worrell, Senior Editor
According to OCTA, rail service could possibly resume prior to February, when the rail stabilization is expected to be completed.

According to OCTA, rail service could possibly resume prior to February, when the rail stabilization is expected to be completed.

The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) and its contractor have begun work on the track stabilization project in south Orange County. Also, Pittsburgh Regional Transit (PRT) announces that light-rail vehicles and bus have resumed regular operations through the Mt. Washington Transit Tunnel; and Chicago Mayor Lori E. Lightfoot joins 56 regional mayors to support an $850 million investment in the Chicago Hub Improvement Program (CHIP), formerly known as Chicago Access.

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