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December 12, 2012

L.B. Foster, Union Pacific extend railroad tie agreement

The extension of the contract represents significant value for the company and will help it to fund additional engineering and development of concrete tie design for the rail industry.


November 21, 2012

FRA, rail industry fights electronic device distraction

Federal Railroad Administrator Joseph C. Szabo joined Union Pacific, senior railroad industry leaders and labor officials at a kick-off event to highlight the dangers of using electronic devices on the job.


November 19, 2012

Las Vegas Railway, Union Pacific reach agreement

The right-of-way agreement is contingent upon LVRE fulfilling a variety of conditions in a specified time frame.


September 2, 2011

Texas awarded $50M for rail improvements, HSR corridor

Will jump-start planning for high-speed rail between Houston and Dallas-Fort Worth, focusing on the Tower 55 project. The project will alleviate congestion at one of the busiest railroad intersections in the U.S., where ten freight and passenger rail routes converge and carry more than 100 trains per day.


May 4, 2009

Calif. transit breaks ground on BART extension

The $36 million project begins clearing VTA-owned railroad right-of-way for a north/south transit corridor, the planned alignment for the future BART extension to the South Bay.


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