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Metro Gold Line Claremont Extension To Get Green Light

CLAREMONT (CBSL.A.com) — The first Measure M transit project is close to getting the green light.

On Thursday, the board of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority is expected to approve a $1.4 billion budget that includes an extension of the Gold Line light-rail line in the San Gabriel Valley by 11.5 miles east to Claremont. 88 more words

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Estimating the cost of subway in cities

First of all, this is not an exact science. Estimating the cost is the hardest thing a company has to deal with. It is forecasting the future. 853 more words

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Crossing Gate Issues Plague RTD, Denver Transit Partners Want Out

DENVER (CBS4)– The future of RTD commuter rail lines may be in question after its private business partner claims there is no solution to a lingering problem. 266 more words

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Denver Transit Partners: Faulty A Line Crossings Cannot Be Fixed

DENVER (CBS4) – The company responsible for the glitchy A Line light rail crossings, Denver Transit Partners say they cannot be fixed.

In fact, the company admits it has not done any work on the crossings in months. 195 more words

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Major Light Rail Closure Planned For This Weekend

DENVER (CBS4) – A major light rail closure is happening this weekend.

Starting at 3 a.m. on Friday, crews will begin work on a stretch of tracks north of Interstate 25 and Broadway Street. 53 more words

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Finishing Wellington’s Metro

Wellington Station. It’s probably the most glorious and identifiable building in the city, and it’s status is warranted: about 30,000 people travel through it each day – not bad given that the station is on the outskirts of the CBD. 352 more words

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City of Norfolk, HRT to hold public meeting on Tide extension study

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — The City of Norfolk and Hampton Roads Transit is inviting the public to a meeting to discuss a study on extending the Tide… 156 more words

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