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January 3, 2012

Skanska awarded $347M Calif. rail extension contract

Will construct a 10-mile extension of the BART system to San Jose, Calif. The extension includes two stations, six at-grade crossings and two above-grade crossings.


March 1, 2011

Port Authority awards last contract for WTC transportation hub

The Oculus, designed by Santiago Calatrava, will serve as the primary link for pedestrian access to the PATH system, 13 New York City subway lines, 500,000 square feet of retail, and four office towers at the WTC site and the World Financial Center.


February 24, 2011

TriMet unveils paratransit operations building

The $10.6 million project was the agency's largest stimulus project, and included construction of a new Fuel and Wash facility.


May 18, 2010

Skanska awarded $52M tunnel contract

The Palisades Tunnel is part of the new Trans-Hudson Express Project, which will double NJ Transit rail capacity between New Jersey and New York.


February 18, 2010

TriMet breaks ground on ARRA-funded transit facilities

The $13.5 million project will replace the 30-year-old Merlo Fuel & Wash building and build a LIFT facility for TriMet's Westside operations. Project is the largest among the 29 stimulus projects agency has undertaken.


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