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November 18, 2013

Transit weighing options along U. of Buffalo corridor

New bus service, extending Metro Rail or bus rapid transit could all be considered.


November 29, 2012

Vancouver pushes for $2.6B subway line

The rapid-transit line would run underground along the city's second busiest travel corridor, which currently sees about 160,000 daily transit trips. Officials said the subway would be more efficient and less disruptive than streetcar service.


February 8, 2010

Fort Worth's The T selects rail project manager

Robert (Bob) J. Baniewicz, P.E., has 32 years of experience in engineering and project management of rail transit, commuter rail, railroad and civil engineering projects across the U.S.


July 6, 2009

Calif. to extend HSR corridor to Las Vegas

In April, President Obama, Vice President Biden and Secretary LaHood announced the effort to transform the nation's transportation system by developing rail infrastructure and launching high-speed passenger rail services in 100 mile to 600 mile corridors that connect U.S. communities.


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