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February 15, 2012

Porcari touts next generation, American-made trains

He spoke at the Next Generation Rail Supply Chain Connectivity Forum held to introduce suppliers to U.S.-based manufacturers likely to bid on the nearly $800 million in upcoming next-generation train orders.


June 6, 2011

U.S. DOT encourages production of steel streetcar rails

Industry experts estimate that 18,000 metric tons of steel girder rail will be needed over the next three years to meet the demand of streetcar projects being planned and built in the U.S. That amount is expected to expand to upwards of 33,000 metric tons over the coming decade.


May 11, 2011

Alstom: $3M N.Y. facility investments creates 200 jobs

The 150,000-square-foot rail signaling manufacturing facility is located in West Henrietta, N.Y.


May 26, 2009

Rogoff receives Senate approval to head FTA

John Porcari's nomination as deputy secretary of transportation was also approved by the Senate. He previously served as secretary of the Maryland Department of Transportation.


April 14, 2009

Obama nominates Porcari for DOT dep. secretary

In his current position as Secretary of the Maryland DOT, Porcari is responsible for motor vehicle registration and the highway, transit, aviation and maritime modes of the state's transportation system.


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