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April 2, 2014

Passenger trains to serve St. Paul, Minn. for first time in 40 years

Amtrak announced that it will move its Twin Cities service from the Midway area to the newly-renovated Union Depot on May 7, making it the latest transit entity to move to the historic train station that reopened more than a year ago.


April 18, 2013

Gannett Fleming completes Pa. rail station rehab

The Franklin Street Station, which served as the main station for the Reading Railroad Co. starting in 1929, saw its last train depart in 1981 and stood in disrepair for more than three decades.


January 17, 2013

Ohio transit building undergoes renovation

The Lancaster Public Transportation building renovation is being funded by a $105,000 State of Good Repair grant from the Federal Transit Administration.


June 14, 2012

Amtrak, Mich. open $3.6M revamped station

The city of Battle Creek’s the Intermodal Transportation Center, used by Amtrak and other carriers, features include a new entrance/passenger drop-off area, fenced long-term parking lot, improved exterior lighting and landscaping, as well as remodeled office space for Amtrak and other tenants.


August 10, 2009

Alstom to overhaul Caltrans fleet

The contract, worth $13.1 million, includes the complete replacement of the door systems and upgrade of the wheelchair lifts, as well as the wreck repair of one car.


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