A short drive east of Pueblo, Colo., north of the Arkansas River, flanked by the Sangre de Christo Mountains, and surrounded by shortgrass prairie, lies the Transportation Technology Center, the Federal Railroad
A new grade crossing test bed to “evaluate and demonstrate emerging safety technologies” is in the planning stages at the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) Transportation Technology Center (TTC), according to the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and ENSCO, Inc.
Jeff Stevens has been promoted to President of ENSCO, Inc., succeeding Boris Nejikovsky, who will retire after 30 years of service.
Construction is under way at MxV Rail’s new railroad testing facility at the PuebloPlex campus in Colorado, which is set to open this fall.
Operation and maintenance of the Pueblo, Colo.-based Transportation Technology Center (TTC) began transitioning to ENSCO, Inc., this week, with completion slated for October.
The Transportation Technology Center, Inc. (TTCI) has rejected Ensco’s offer to keep the Strategic Research Initiatives (SRI) program at the Pueblo, Colo., facility.
Kevin Pruett and Jeffrey Stevens have been promoted to Senior Vice President roles at ENSCO. In addition, Darshpreet S. Bhatti has been named CEO of the Calgary (Alberta) Green Line Light Rail Transit project.
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Transportation Technology Center, Inc., President Lisa Stabler has announced her retirement, after more than a decade of service at the wholly owned Association of American Railroads (AAR) subsidiary.
The Federal Railroad Administration’s Transportation Technology Center (TTC) has reached a service milestone: 50 years of railroad research, testing and training.