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NJ Transit awards $17M for Sandy recovery

Posted on March 12, 2013

NEWARK, N.J. — As part of its superstorm Sandy “Disaster Recovery Program,” NJ Transit is awarding $17 million to firms that already have open contracts with the agency, a spokesman told The Record.  

The work will be done in 2015 and includes $5 million to HNTB to provide overall project management control, $2 million for Gannett Fleming to evaluate damage at rail system substations and $1 million for LTK Engineering Services Inc. for engineering services related to damage to multilevel railcars. For the full story, click here.

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