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March 19, 2014

L.A. subway extension dig unearths prehistoric relics

Items that may be 2 million years old are found in an exploratory shaft that was dug by L.A. Metro to assess soil conditions for future tunnels and stations. A paleontologist said that the area holds “the best record of life from the last great ice age in the world.”


November 21, 2012

Calif. VTA may extend light rail

Would add 1.6 miles of track and be implemented in two phases based on funding availability.


November 14, 2012

Calif. HSR called ‘project of the century’

The project that would link Northern and Southern California earned the nickname because it would cross two mountain ranges and a half-dozen earthquake faults, experts said.


July 18, 2012

Ottawa light rail project eco report approved

Once built, the system will carry in excess of 10,000 people per hour per direction during the morning rush hour and save transit riders approximately 15 minutes from their daily commutes.


November 20, 2009

Toronto's GO looks to expand rail to Niagara

Following the EA and subsequent public review period, there will be an assessment to determine whether a business case exists for this service.


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