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Sacramento receives $15M for depot renovation

Rail| June 20, 2012
The federal funds will be coupled with $15 million in state and local money for a $30 million project.

FRA proposes eco-exclusions to expedite projects

Rail| June 20, 2012
Exclusions determined do not individually or cumulatively have significant effects on the human or natural environment so do not require the preparation of an environmental assessment or environmental impact statement under the National Environmental Policy Act.
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 20, 2012

Honolulu redesigning rail stations to cut project costs

Shortening the length of its 21 planned rail stations in an effort to lower the overall cost of the $5.3 billion project.
Rail| June 19, 2012

N.Y. rail workers tripling pay due to overtime

A train car repairman for the Long Island Rail Road earned nearly $203,000 last year, — more than the city transportation authority's chief operating officer — due to overtime bonuses that workers are able to receive under union rules.
Rail| June 19, 2012

Detroit light rail loses out on federal money

Despite missing out on the $25 million TIGER grant, the 3.3-mile streetcar line is still in the running to receive that amount from other grant programs, according to Transportation Secretary LaHood.
Rail| June 19, 2012

Skanska to equip D.C. Metro rail for $66M

Will design and construct a test track, commissioning facility, parking garage and other facilities near the existing Greenbelt Maintenance Yard in Prince George’s County, Md. The new facility will allow Metro to conduct testing and commission new and rehabilitated rail vehicles.
Rail| June 19, 2012

Minn. conducts walkability survey for light rail

St. Paul and Minneapolis residents will map, evaluate and score the walk from their homes to future Central Corridor light rail stations.
Motorcoach| June 19, 2012

N.Y. permit system to regulate intercity buses

Penalties for intercity buses in violation of permit requirements or restrictions would consist of a fine of up to $1,000 for a first violation, up to $2,500 for repeat violations, and permit suspension or revocation.
Bus| June 19, 2012

Detroit DOT bus tracking improves system

Ninety-five percent of buses are using a tracking system that allows control center operators to adjust routes to fill any gaps caused by unpredicted delays. Operators say the system has made operations run smoothly.

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