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Sound Transit breaks ground on light rail extension

Rail| September 4, 2019

The $2.9 billion project budget includes up to $1.17 billion from a Full Funding Grant Agreement executed by the FTA.

Phoenix voters defeat measure to end light rail construction

Government Issues| August 28, 2019

The vote marks the fourth time since 2000 that Phoenix voters have publicly supported light rail through the election process.

Rail| August 7, 2019

Maryland resumes service on shuttered RailLink line

The repairs and upgrades were completed one week ahead of schedule.

Rail| July 31, 2019

Md. Purple Line marks 'topping out' of rail ops, maintenance facility

WSP USA is part of a joint venture that serves as program management consultant for the $5.6 billion public-private partnership.

Rail| July 31, 2019

Siemens lands TriMet light rail vehicle order

The contract includes options for up to 60 additional LRVs, which would accommodate additional vehicles needed for further service expansions.

Rail| July 29, 2019

San Diego MTS adding 25 new Siemens light rail vehicles

The cars will operate the entire 53-mile double-tracked MTS light rail network, including on the 11-mile Mid-Coast Trolley extension.

Management & Operations| July 26, 2019

Sound Transit campaign cheekily explores future travel tech mishaps

The campaign, “The Future is Sound,” consists of three thirty-second spots that highlight the travel innovations we’ve all dreamed about.

Rail| July 24, 2019

Sound Transit moves one step closer to LRVs crossing 'floating bridge'

The process of installing rail on the floating bridge has been underway for a year, but the planning and preparation has been several years in the making.

Rail| July 19, 2019

Sound Transit's Link light rail service marks 10th anniversary

On its opening day in 2009, Link covered 14 miles of service between the Westlake and Tukwila International Boulevard Stations.

Rail| June 28, 2019

DART lands $60M FTA grant to expand light rail capacity

When the project is complete, all stations on these lines will be able to accommodate three-car trains.

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