Hurricane Sandy

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Arcadis lands NYCT post-Sandy work

Arcadis US has been awarded a $26 million “task order” contract by MTA New York City Transit to, essentially, weatherproof huge swaths of the city’s subway system inundated by Superstorm Sandy in October 2012.

NJ Transit gets disaster relief funds

New Jersey’s two U.S. Senators late Thursday announced $144.4 million in federal disaster relief for New Jersey Transit, which will be used by the corporation mostly to repair rail facilities and equipment damaged last October by Hurricane Sandy.

Guest Editorial: Flood-proofing; coal’s future

To the Editor:

I wanted to provide a few comments on your December 2012 edition, from my perspective as a civil engineer with over three decades of experience designing infrastructure for railroads/transit, power, and coastal protection.

PATH again links Hoboken and Manhattan

After nearly two months of extensive round-the-clock repair efforts following Hurricane Sandy, PATH (Port Authority Trans-Hudson) rapid transit trains are resuming service between Hoboken Terminal in New Jersey and the 33rd Street station in Manhattan. Trains were scheduled to start rolling at 5:00 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 19, and will operate until 10 p.m. seven days a week.