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STV, WSP USA to support L.A. Metro rail vehicle acquisition

Rail| October 17, 2017

Acquisition of new heavy rail vehicles and associated equipment that will play a key part in Metro’s systemwide rail expansion over the next decade.

Women in Transportation: Bonnie Shepherd

Management & Operations| October 13, 2017

She oversees 10 different areas of expertise within Michael Baker International, spanning from service transportation to tech and innovation.

Technology| September 14, 2017

Transit Bus Technical Advisors launches new website

The company team specializes in assisting transit agencies, bus manufacturers, and fellow consultants with technical expertise regarding diesel, CNG, hybrid-electric, fuel-cell, and all-electric heavy-duty buses in an advisory role.

Management & Operations| August 22, 2017

Best Practices for Long-Term Transit Project Communication

If well managed, the political, public and stakeholder engagement process — where all of the key people involved are vested in the vision and goals of the project — can form the groundwork for timely project delivery.

Management & Operations| August 15, 2017

Two MBEs land historic $100M LA Metro contract

Historically, contracts of this size would go to larger companies, such as CH2M, which is known as a “traditional prime.” But in this case, CH2M will serve as a sub-contractor and mentor these smaller firms.

Management & Operations| August 8, 2017

Transportation expert Barbour joins HNTB

Has more than three decades of experience in rail and highway design and construction management working with local agencies, contractors, military and consultants.

Management & Operations| June 6, 2017

Michael Baker promotes Sepulveda to strengthen West region railroad, transit operations

Based in the firm's Los Angeles office, he will help to grow the business, while developing and managing client strategies, fostering team opportunities, and leading strategic partnerships.

Rail| May 31, 2017

Hill International to assist Jacobs with N.Y. Canarsie Tunnel construction work

The storm surge from 2012's Superstorm Sandy damaged the tunnel, leaving it in need of extensive repairs. The tunnel was flooded with seven million gallons of salt water leaving two adjacent 7,100-foot-long sections of the tunnel with significant damage.

Management & Operations| April 27, 2017

Gibson to lead west transit, rail practice for WSP | PB

His experience includes rail systems projects throughout the U.S. and internationally, including the implementation of systems and track work for a major light rail transit extension in St. Louis.

March 22, 2017

How Cities Are Embracing Streetcars Once Again

The streetcar might seem like a transit method of the past, but look at some of the major metropolitan areas in the U.S. — Portland, Seattle, Salt Lake City, Tucson, Atlanta, Dallas, Washington D.C. and Orange County — and it’s clear that cities are starting to embrace the streetcar once again. While it’s one cog in the wheel of a comprehensive transit system, streetcar systems can act as a boon for economic development, and a powerful tool for revitalizing sagging corridors and attracting the much-sought after talent of a young, hip workforce who choose to reduce, delay, or completely forego car ownership.

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