Tag: Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
Program Highlights for DFI’s S3: Slopes, Support and Stabilization
The program is available for S3: Slopes, Support and Stabilization being held August 8-10 at the Royal Sonesta in Boston.
Connecting Communities: Arup and Boston’s Green Line Extension
By Luke Carothers During the 1980s and 90s, Massachusetts and the federal government joined together on an unprecedented investment. ...
Bowman Awarded $5 Million On-Call Contract with Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
Bowman Consulting Group Ltd. (collectively with its subsidiaries, the “Company” or “Bowman”) (NASDAQ: BWMN) announced it has been awarded a $5 million...
STV Celebrates Official Opening of Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s Green Line Extension to Medford/Tufts
BOSTON – STV, a leader in engineering, architectural, planning, and program and construction management services joined the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA)...
Arup supports long-anticipated Boston Green Line Extension opening
The opening of the Medford Branch of the Boston Green Line Extension (GLX) today completes an important rail link in Greater Boston,...
Fiber Reinforced Polymer Meets Modern Challenges
When Hurricane Sandy battered countries and states on the Atlantic in 2012, the United States was lucky to suffer no fatalities. Though no Americans...
U.S. DOT releases $225 million for Boston Green Line Extension
The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) released a $225 million federal grant agreement for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) Green Line Extension (GLX) light rail project. It is the second installment of funding for the GLX after FTA signed a $996 million Full Funding Grant Agreement with MBTA for the 4.7-mile light rail line from Cambridge to Medford.
STV to design MBTA Green Line Extension
STV will serve as the lead designer for the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s (MBTA) $1.3 billion Green Line Light Rail Extension (GLX), as part of the design-build team led by the Fluor Corporation/Middlesex Corporation/Herzog Contracting Corp./Balfour Beatty joint venture (GLX Constructors).
Train stations gain ADA compliance with FRP mini-high platforms
When the concrete platform at a Billerica, Mass., commuter rail station collapsed in 2015, the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) closed its North and South mini-high handicap accessible platforms at its West Natick Station. MBTA needed a high-performance, corrosion-resistant replacement for the structures.
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