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Amtrak starts procurement for replacement of New Jersey’s 116-year-old Sawtooth Bridges
Amtrak and NJ Transit have begun the procurement process for the replacement of the 116-year-old Sawtooth Bridges in New Jersey.
Ayesa secures major Polish high-speed rail contract
Engineering services specialist takes supervisory role on CPK megaproject
Kazakhstan begins work on major rail bypass as China-Europe traffic grows
Construction begins on a line that will bypass the country’s largest city to support steadily growing trans-Eurasian rail freight volumes
North Macedonia and Serbia plan construction of high-speed railway
North Macedonia and Serbia to build high-speed railway network as part of railway Corridor X
Three reasons why costs on UK’s troubled high-speed rail megaproject HS2 have spiralled
Government officials and executive in charge of delivery of HS2 give their reasons for continued cost increases on the high-speed rail megaproject.
Balfour Beatty Vinci adopts digital concrete testing to cut carbon on HS2
Verifi enables real-time monitoring, measurement, and management of fresh concrete properties during transportation.
€9.5bn diverted from HS2 to rebuild UK roads
Government announces almost 13,000km of resurfacing projects
Orascom wins major Cairo Metro and high-speed rail contracts
Egyptian contractor Orascom Construction has won two new contracts with the National Authority for Tunnels to build new transport projects in the country.
Metro do Porto awards consortium contract on Portugal’s ‘largest investment’
Metro do Porto said that this is the largest investment to date to be funded from Portugal’s share of the EU’s Recovery & Resilience Fund
Network Rail awards €107 million UK railway contract
Completion of the project is planned for 2025
Videos: Behind the scenes of Fehmarnbelt - the world’s longest immersed tube tunnel
The Construction Briefing visits the €7.4 billion Fehmarnbelt project to see progress on preparations to build the world’s longest immersed tube tunnel.
Kazakhstan and China to construct a third cross-border railway
The agreement includes plans for a railway line that will connect the Kazakh city of Ayagoz to the Chinese city of Tacheng
Rail Baltica receives additional €1.1bn funding to support sub-projects
The new financing will support several important Rail Baltica sub-projects in Estonia
Can dreams of a new India-Middle East-Europe Corridor stay on track?
Proposed at the G20 summit in September, the India-Middle East-Europe Corridor provides an ambitious vision for a fast trade route across the Arabic Peninsula 
AECOM wins technical advisor role on Hamilton LRT
Infrastructure consulting firm AECOM is to serve as technical advisor on a proposed light rail project in Canada.
Thai government presses ahead with $820m double-track railway extension
Thailand’s Ministry of Transport has indicated that it wants to press ahead with a second-phase, dual-track railway project between Khon Kaen and Nong Khai.
Spain’s high rollers vie for high-speed rail contract
Country’s largest contractors in running for latest Adif project
How did the UK end up in such a mess over high-speed rail megaproject HS2?
Why has the UK government cut part of the HS2 high-speed rail project and what happens now?
UK Prime Minister cancels the ‘rest of HS2’
Everything outside the London to Birmingham leg, which is already under construction, will now be axed
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