Metrolinx recently announced that ONxpress Operations Inc. (OOI), a member of ONxpress Transportation Partners (ONxpress), will serve as the new operations and maintenance partner for the agency’s GO Transit system in the Greater Golden Horseshoe Area over a 23-year term, beginning Jan. 1, 2025.
This is the Hydrogen Fuel Cell Trains Association’s (HFCTA) second article in a series of four addressing HFC-powered trainsets, locomotives and streetcars that are commercially available, in development, or planned around the
Amtrak’s “Avelia Liberty” trainsets are cleared for testing on the Northeast Corridor. Also, Caltrain celebrates 160 years of rail service from San Francisco to San Jose, Calif.; Maryland Gov. Wes Moore restores $150 million in transportation funding; Chicago’s Metra is launching a pilot program for reduced fares systemwide; the Montreal region’s transit authority (ARTM) is considering new transit options that would link downtown Montreal with the city’s western boroughs; and New York Gov. Kathy Hochul provides highlights of the proposed FY2025 budget, which includes funding for the planned Interborough Express and the Second Avenue Subway’s westward expansion.
Hatch is tapped to design the East Harbour Transit Hub for Metrolinx. Also, Bay Area Rapid Transit’s (BART) Fleet of the Future trains are projected to come in hundreds of millions of dollars under budget.
RailPros hires Tim Newhard as Vice President of Training and Media Services. Also, Alstom appoints Aymeric Sarrazin as President of Digital & Integrated Systems.
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) is seeking comments on whether to grant a waiver of its Buy America requirements to the Nevada Department of Transportation (NVDOT) for the planned Las Vegas-to-Rancho Cucamonga,
Effective 12:01 a.m. on Dec. 8, the Maryland Department of Transportation – Maryland Transit Administration (MDOT MTA) has temporarily suspended Light Rail service at all stops to perform emergency inspections of every vehicle in the fleet.
Four trains per day are currently operating on the 294-mile (473-kilometer) line between San Francisco de Campeche and Cancun Airport.
Following functional performance testing at Alstom’s Kingston, Ont. plant, the first Mark V SkyTrain set is en route on flatbed trucks to Vancouver, B.C. Upon arrival in Burnaby, the trainset will undergo testing that
Chances are that if you’ve traveled on an Alstom train, that train has one or more of its parts created by 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing. In fact, we’ve just reached the milestone of having produced 150,000 3D-printed parts. Aurelien Fussel, Head of Additive Manufacturing Program, answers questions on Alstom’s exponential embrace of additive manufacturing solutions.