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After wire breaks, Houston METRO completes repairs on 2 rail lines

Rail| May 14, 2019

Service along the Purple line remains suspended as work to reinforce electrical wires continues

Houston METRO shuts down 3 rail lines for repairs

Security and Safety | May 9, 2019

The wires will be reinforced at 79 locations to prevent them from falling in the event of another break.

Rail| November 28, 2018

4 SMART railcars costing $11M damaged before arriving at agency

Nippon Sharyo flew out a team of engineers to inspect the damage and order new parts to replace those that can’t be fixed.

Security and Safety | September 27, 2018

Inspections find second crack in San Francisco's Salesforce Transit Center

The TJPA will conduct additional ultrasonic testing at this location to determine the extent of the damage.

Rail| July 23, 2018

Storm erosion causes partial suspension of Md.'s RailLink service

It is anticipated that Light RailLink service will need to be suspended for approximately two weeks to complete repairs.

Government Issues| June 1, 2018

FTA allocates $277M in Emergency Relief funds

Approximately $232.3 million will be dedicated to response, recovery, and rebuilding projects, with $44.2 million going toward resiliency projects.

Rail| March 8, 2018

Maryland's SubwayLink to re-open 3 days ahead of schedule after repairs

During the closure, Gov. Hogan committed $2.2 million to provide shuttle buses to maintain service for the Metro SubwayLink.

Management & Operations| February 12, 2018

Md. shuts down entire subway system for emergency repairs

After weekend inspections, it was determined the entire system will need to remain closed for up to four weeks.

Management & Operations| July 17, 2017

Amtrak pleased with week one of Penn Station track work

Crews are replacing aging equipment, such as signals and several thousand feet of track, over a two-month period, leading to the so-called "Summer of Hell."

Rail| May 31, 2017

Alstom, NGE deliver civil works and tracks for French project

The consortium, led by the NGE group via its subsidiary TSO, was chosen after a public tender to construct approximately 3.3 miles of civil works (approximately 6.7 miles of track), with eight corresponding track turnouts, 10 stations, and a maintenance center.

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