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December 21, 2009

Ansaldo signs $11.9M D.C. Metro contract

Responsible for upgrading the automatic train control system, which includes replacing switches and signals and upgrading eight interlockings from mechanical relays to Microlok II solid state controls.


November 30, 2009

Ansaldo STS USA wins $9.3M Brazilian contract

Brazil-based Trends Engenharia e Infraestrutura will supply the material and perform the installation of Ansaldo STS USA's wayside design.


August 5, 2009

Ansaldo STS USA wins $24.7M PATH contract

Ansaldo STS USA will centralize PATH's communication network into one, fully integrated system.


July 7, 2009

Ansaldo STS secures $24M NY contract

ASTS will provide a relay-based wayside signaling system to replace and upgrade two current interlocking on the Queens Boulevard Line. In addition to meeting the latest New York City Transit Authority standards, the state-of-the-art system will be Communications Based Train Control-ready.


May 22, 2009

Pittsburgh taps Ansaldo STS

Contract involves the design and implementation of a system interlocking and wayside signal system for the new relay rooms at Allegheny Station and North Side Station, and modifications in the existing Gateway Station relay room and the Wood Street Station interlocking relay room.


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