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June 26, 2013

Amtrak completes bridge replacement project

The three-year Niantic River Bridge Replacement Project provides improved operational reliability for rail passengers along the Northeast Corridor with increased train speeds, less disruption to the boating community and expanded beach access to area residents.


December 13, 2011

FRA awards rail funds to Chicago, D.C., Georgia

Illinois DOT received more than $177 million for a passenger rail project between Chicago and the Quad Cities. Georgia DOT was awarded $4.1 million to complete plans and an environmental study for a 250-mile passenger rail corridor between Atlanta and Charlotte, N.C., and the D.C. DOT received $2.9 million for potential bridge replacement.


November 20, 2009

St. Louis Metro begins bridge replacement project

Constructed in 1929, the bridge is experiencing significant settling and deterioration. In addition, the bridge is supported by four piers, which are obstacles to vehicular traffic.


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