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AECOM's first TV commercial shows infrastructure's power to connect communities

Management & Operations| May 31, 2017

Filmed by acclaimed director John Singleton and created by the L.A. advertising agency Battery, the ad is part of a new AECOM campaign.

Profile: Joel Volinski, Director, National Center for Transportation Research

Management & Operations| May 31, 2017

When Joel Volinski accepted a job as the interim director of Florida’s Broward County Transit Agency in 1983, he had never ridden on a public transit bus. “Here I was, the person who knew less about the subject than anyone, and suddenly I was directing the biggest agency in county government,” he tells me, leaning back in his leather chair. “So you have to have a sense of humor, and you have to be kind of a quick study.”

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.

Security and Safety | May 31, 2017

$197M in federal grants awarded for PTC implementation

The FRA was responsible for the selection of the grant recipients, and the FTA will award and administer the grants during Fiscal Year 2017.

Rail| May 31, 2017

Honolulu performs first railcar test on track

The goal was to make sure there's enough clearance along the rail line for the train and there are no obstacles in its path.

Rail| May 31, 2017

NY MTA launches international innovative solution contest for subway system

The "MTA Genius Transit Challenge" is searching for the best ideas in each of three categories: How to improve NYC's subway signal system, how to bring better subway cars to the system, and how to increase communiations connectivity in subway tunnels.

Rail| May 31, 2017

Alstom, NGE deliver civil works and tracks for French project

The consortium, led by the NGE group via its subsidiary TSO, was chosen after a public tender to construct approximately 3.3 miles of civil works (approximately 6.7 miles of track), with eight corresponding track turnouts, 10 stations, and a maintenance center.

Rail| May 30, 2017

Amtrak announces schedule changes to speed Penn Station track repairs

The Infrastructure Renewal work accelerates several years of already planned improvement of track, switch, and other infrastructure at Penn Station to improve track conditions.

Sustainability| May 30, 2017

St. Albert, Canada introduces BYD electric bus fleet

Each K9S bus is capable of traveling between 155 and 174 miles per charge and can withstand the cold climate of Alberta.

Security and Safety | May 30, 2017

Man stabs 3 on Portland TriMet train

The rampage, unlike anything that’s happened in Portland, stunned city leaders, with many in the community mourning the loss of two people they viewed as heroes for their selfless acts.

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