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Houston Metro breaks ground on light rail lines

Rail| July 14, 2009
Projects are expected to spur economic growth in the community by creating 60,000 direct and indirect jobs under the full $1.46 billion contract.

ARRA to fund Maryland MTA parking upgrades

Rail| June 10, 2009
Falls Road Light Rail station improvements include increasing parking capacity from 97 spaces to 197 spaces as well as new lighting, landscaping and signs.
Rail| April 29, 2009

TriMet marks fifth year of MAX light rail service

Line has seen 20.5 million rides taken and more than 50 new businesses sprout up around the alignment.
Rail| April 27, 2009

Parsons signs Houston light rail contract

Construction contract, valued at $1.46 billion, is projected to generate approximately 60,000 direct and indirect jobs before the four light rail lines, approximately 20 miles, are completed.
Rail| April 14, 2009

Hatch Mott MacDonald awarded TriMet contract

Construction on the new MAX line could begin in 2011 and be completed by 2015.
Rail| March 27, 2009

Sound Transit adopts Link fare structure

Supports transit system's goal of recovering 52 percent of annual operational costs by 2017.
Rail| March 20, 2009

Sound Transit: light rail integrity not impacted

Analyses conducted by the FTA, an engineering firm and Sound Transit all concluded that, despite forged information related to the grade of steel used in some guideway foundations, the system is structurally sound.
Bus| March 11, 2009

METRO Briefs

Topeka Transit loses $215K in fuel gamble. Transit chief pledges no service cuts. Utah mayor switches from streetcar to light rail.
Bus| March 6, 2009

Denver RTD opens new transfer center

The facility will become a light rail station within the FasTracks Program and has been designed and integrated within a larger overall TOD project.
Rail| March 5, 2009

Houston METRO to add 20 miles of light rail

The initial phase of the contract calls for spending $632 million and is expected to create 25,000 jobs, including a combined $90 million in utility work on the North and Southeast Corridors and $390 million in total costs for the East End Corridor.

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