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July 2013

2013 Consultant Roundtable: 8 Top Execs Talk Transit Trends

Many are calling for the next transportation authorization bill to include increased funding and a clear vision for how public transit will help be a part of the solution for the impending population boom in the coming years.

July 2013

2013 Consultant Project Profiles

Profiles of light rail projects in Denver, Salt Lake City and San Diego

July 2012

Consultant Project Profile: STV Inc.

WTC Transportation Hub

July 2011

Consultant Achievements: DART Green Line extension

STV has worked with Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) since the mid-1990s to bring a light rail network to the Dallas area.

July 2011

Transit Funding, Elections Loom Large Over the Industry

With the lack of funding already beginning to take its toll, consultants believe the 2012 elections and pending reauthorization will play a huge role in how public transportation agencies are viewed down the road. Despite the outcome, many believe a new approach is needed for completing capital projects.

July 2010

Consultant Achievements-STV Incorporated

Founded by: Elwyn E. Seelye Year Founded: 1912 Employees: 1,700 Headquarters: New York City and Douglassville, Pa. Head Executives: Dominick M. Servedio, PE, Chairman/CEO; Milo Riverso, PhD, PE, President Website: www.stvinc.com

July 2009

Consultant Achievements

METRO highlights a sampling of consultant firms with descriptions of how they provide support and expertise. Includes detailed project information.

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