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SEPTA helps community farm grow

| August 15, 2012
A fresh salad with leafy greens, juicy tomatoes, crisp cucumbers and zucchini is a refreshing meal for a hot summer day. Would you believe that many Philadelphians are enjoying delicious vegetables grown on a SEPTA lot, next to the Market-Frankford Line station?

Honolulu rail to create thousands of jobs

Rail| August 1, 2012
Within two years there will be 4,000 people working on the its rail project, HART says. Right now there are 1,400 people working on the rail project.
Rail| July 31, 2012

NJ Transit unveils dual-powered locomotives

STV provided design, inspection and test engineering support services for this initiative, which also extends north of the border to Canada where the same vehicles are being procured for Agence Métropolitaine de Transport in Montreal. The locomotives are being manufactured by Bombardier in Kassel, Germany.

Rail| June 29, 2012

Honolulu rail project submits federal grant request

The FTA will take approximately 30 days to review it before forwarding the request to the Office of Management and Budget at the White House for its own 30-day review.
Rail| June 20, 2012

Virginia Railway appoints interim CEO

Richard Dalton, who joined the agency in 2009 as director of Rail Equipment and Services, replaces retiring CEO Dale Zehner.
Rail| June 15, 2012

Copper wire thefts hinder rail services

Metal scavengers have stolen copper wires from SEPTA's tracks. The agency is spending up to $500,000 yearly to repair and replace the damaged equipment.

Rail| June 14, 2012

Amtrak, Mich. open $3.6M revamped station

The city of Battle Creek’s the Intermodal Transportation Center, used by Amtrak and other carriers, features include a new entrance/passenger drop-off area, fenced long-term parking lot, improved exterior lighting and landscaping, as well as remodeled office space for Amtrak and other tenants.
Rail| June 13, 2012

NJ Transit to change bike policy in July

In response to customer feedback and comments from the bicycling community, agency officials asked the North and South Jersey Transportation Advisory Committees to review NJ Transit’s existing bicycle policy and make recommendations that could safely reduce restrictions limiting bicycle access on trains.
Rail| May 30, 2012

GO Transit preps for on-time policy challenges

The commuter rail system's smart card software will have to be modified to process refunds related to the policy, and there will have to be a protocol for identifying and serving eligible customers.
Rail| May 25, 2012

AECOM wins international contract

Under the contract, the company will provide an architectural and engineering consultancy study for the proposed RTS Link, which would connect Singapore with Johor Bahru in southern Malaysia.

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