Railway Age News

For the 21st consecutive year, Strato, Inc. is the recipient of TTX Company’s SECO (Supplier Evaluation Committee) Award, placing it in the category of top companies earning the TTX Excellent Supplier designation. The SECO award is for 2016.

The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has appointed Sally Librera, a longtime professional in MTA New York City Transit’s Department of Subways operations, to Vice President and Chief Officer of the Staten Island Railway (SIR). She is the first woman to lead SIR; her appointment is effective immediately.

AllTranstek L.L.C. has promoted Allison Bernabei to Vice President of Fleet Management Services. Her appointment “will unite the fleet management group, which is comprised of three service teams in our Downers Grove, Ill., and Houston, Tex. locations, creating a cohesive experience for our customers and our employees,” the company said.

A planned grade separation that will improve traffic flow and safety has received funding from the Port of Seattle Commission.

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo outlined an action plan to help transit riders deal with the impending work Amtrak is planning at Penn Station during the summer.

Rail freight traffic continued its recovery, as volume rose consistently during 2017’s first 20 weeks and registered a solid gain for the week ending May 20, the Association of American Railroads reported.

Railroads and their customers must not leave fate in the hands of a misinformed public.

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority has asked for final proposals for the revived Green Line extension project from three design-build contractor teams shortlisted in February.

Kansas City Southern Railway Co. will begin increasing track speed on June 4 from 25 to 49 miles per hour along a stretch of line in Louisiana.

Jean-Jacques (JJ) Ruest, executive vice-president and chief marketing officer of CN, has been inducted into the International Maritime Hall of Fame.

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