Management & Operations

URS to manage S.F. station project

Posted on May 11, 2005

URS Corp. was selected by the San Francisco Transbay Joint Powers Authority to provide program management services for the new $2 billion San Francisco Multimodal Transbay Terminal Project in the downtown area. The initial term of the agreement is three years, with options to extend the agreement for two additional three-year terms. The contract has a ceiling value of $37.6 million over the initial three years. The project, which will replace the existing terminal with a new facility on the same site, also will expand bus and rail services in the San Francisco Bay Area. Caltrain, a commuter rail service between San Jose and San Francisco, will arrive at the new terminal station approximately two levels below street level.

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