Metrolink:CTC allocates $27 million for locos & double track

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Metrolink:CTC allocates $27 million for locos & double track

Postby beautifulplanet » Thu Feb 06, 2014 8:23 pm

So Raymer-to-Bernson double-track means 2 tracks all the way from Van Nuys station to Chatsworth? Or just parts of it?

CTC allocated $11.89 million for the Raymond Avenue Railroad Grade Separation project at the BNSF tracks from Ash Avenue to Walnut Avenue in Fullerton; $6.5 million for the Raymer to Bernson Double Track Project, which will add track capacity on the Ventura County line and reduce train traffic interference from commuter and freight rail and $8.5 million for the Metrolink High-Speed Readiness Program, specifically for acquisition of three additional high-powered locomotives for Metrolink's passenger rail service.


Read more here: http://www.rtands.com/index.php/passenger/intercity/california-transportation-commission-allocates-nearly-27-million-for-rail-projects-including-high-speed.html?channel=279
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