February 12, 2014
Finished eight at-grade street crossings, 15 bridge structures, 40% of the Operations Campus and 70% of the utility work. When fully complete, the project will include six new light rail stations with intermodal parking facilities.
October 16, 2013
Amtrak is now poised to move forward with state partners to further expand and improve the intercity passenger rail network.
August 29, 2013
The contract now extends through June 2017. The SFRTA originally awarded the operations contract for the Tri-Rail system to Veolia in early 2007.
December 12, 2012
Alstom has supplied a total of 66 Citadis trams for Dublin in two different sizes. The company also extended 26 of the original trams with the addition of an extra car.
December 5, 2012
Upon completion of a system map and transit brochure, the company will begin the next phase of the customer information design project by developing stop signage for the city’s transit center as well as all 145 of its bus stops.
November 1, 2012
Worth a combined value of approximately $220 million, the contracts will be executed at Alstom’s rolling stock manufacturing facility in Hornell, N.Y. Both projects are scheduled to begin immediately.
July 18, 2012
The new five-year contract began July 1, 2012 and has two one-year options.
May 16, 2012
The total estimated cost for both contracts is $43.4 million. The contracts are for five-year terms, with an option for two additional years.
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