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L.A. Metro pays small businesses impacted by rail projects

Management & Operations| April 7, 2015

The Metro Board authorized the agency to designate up to $10 million annually to be used for implementation of the new Business Interruption Fund pilot program, with individual businesses able to receive up to $50,000 annually.

Honolulu's rail transit costs could rise by up to $700M

Rail| December 23, 2014

Dan Grabauskas, HART’s executive director/CEO blames higher construction costs, as well as the costs associated with legal delays and other factors, for the potential increase.

Rail| March 27, 2013

Sonoma Marin rail GM talks progress, expansion, cost savings

Farhad Mansourian, GM of SMART, the commuter rail system currently under construction, discusses the status of the project, rider experience comparisons, proposals for connections and, system expansion and cost savings.
University| December 3, 2012

Princeton U. transit project causes concern

Officials want to move a commuter rail station 460 feet south as part of a $300 million arts and transit project. Critics believe the change will cause conflict for cyclists, vehicles and pedestrians.
Bus| October 11, 2012

OC Transpo project presents opportunities, challenges

The service's rail project — which is expected to take five years to complete — will cause many traffic problems, which could be an opportunity to attract people to transit. However, keeping buses running on time during the project could be difficult.
Rail| June 20, 2012

Illinois receives fed funds for 15 local projects

The projects include new track and signal systems that will ease freight, Amtrak, and Metra congestion, and support 3,300 jobs throughout the six-county Chicagoland area.
Rail| June 20, 2012

FRA proposes eco-exclusions to expedite projects

Exclusions determined do not individually or cumulatively have significant effects on the human or natural environment so do not require the preparation of an environmental assessment or environmental impact statement under the National Environmental Policy Act.
Rail| March 6, 2012

FRA releases $17M for 12 rail projects

The rail line relocation competitive grant program funds projects that reduce the adverse effects of rail infrastructure on safety, motor vehicle and pedestrian traffic, community quality of life or economic development. Projects getting the funding include the Massachusetts DOT Patriot Corridor Double-Stack Clearance Initiative and the Indianapolis Downtown Rail Relocation.
Rail| December 6, 2011

AECOM names new global transit and rail director

Keith Hampson managed and developed complicated rail projects around the world, including major initiatives in the U.K., South America, Africa, Australia and the Middle East.
Rail| May 18, 2011

Utah Rail Plan Key to Greener, More Sustainable Communities

As one component of a comprehensive plan to improve mobility and air quality and decrease traffic throughout the Wasatch Front, the commuter rail line and four light rail lines in the Frontlines Program will add 70 miles to the Utah Transportation Authority's existing 64-mile rail network.

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