May 2010
Railway Gazette International;May2010, Vol. 166 Issue 5, p15
Trade Publication
This section offers news briefs on the railway sector. Egis Rail has won a contract from the Ministry of Transport in Jordan to provide a feasibility and initial design report for an urban rail network in Amman. Manila, Philippines-based operator LRTA has widened its light rail services to Balintawak. The U.S. Regional Transportation District has inked a 143.8 million U.S. dollars deal to buy BNSF rights-of-way and other property for Denver, Colorado-based FasTracks rail projects.


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