Topic : engineering

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Joint venture wins award for design of Ottawa's Confederation Line

Management & Operations| March 27, 2020

It is the first conversion of an exclusive bus rapid transit system into a light rail transit in North America.

$8.5M FTA grant to target transit in poverty-stricken communities

Mobility| March 3, 2020

The new "HOPE" program supports planning, engineering and technical studies, or financial planning to improve services.

Rail| March 2, 2020

HDR-led team wins contract for Ontario Line Subway work

As technical advisor, HDR and its primary partners — Mott MacDonald, Stantec, Systra, and Comtech — will provide a wide range of services.

Management & Operations| February 21, 2020

STV names new VP for design build team in Northeast U.S., Canada

Located in the firm’s New York office, Fred Tallarico will be responsible for business development and project oversight.

Management & Operations| February 11, 2020

Chicago Transit contract enables SBEs to bid directly on projects

This is first time the agency will set aside opportunities for SBEs to work directly as prime contractors for engineering services.

Management & Operations| January 28, 2020

Texas' Fort Bend opens new LAN-designed public transit facility

The $21 million facility includes administrative, operations, maintenance, fuel depot, and bus washing functions.

Management & Operations| January 10, 2020

[Video] Fresno State Youth Transportation Project

Students worked together to brainstorm a transportation issue and partnered with Fresno State engineering students to explore different solutions to those issues. This experience caused the students to consider careers in transportation and to employ critical thinking skills using real-world problem-solving tools.

Rail| December 30, 2019

NY Gov. calls for reexamination of high-speed rail system possibilities

Recommendations have consistently estimated that high-speed rail projects would take decades and be unaffordable.

Rail| November 27, 2019

LAN selected for Calif. platform extension project

The project will extend the ACE platform at Fremont station by 400 feet to accommodate longer 10-car trains.

Management & Operations| November 4, 2019

L.A. Metro RFP seeks early contractor involvement to develop project

Agency is seeking a pre-development agreement with up to two private sector proposers to assist in the planning and design of the Sepulveda transit corridor megaproject.


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