SCRRA

AcronymDefinition
SCRRASouthern California Regional Rail Authority (metrolink)
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Spurr said the SCRRA award is evidence of Bombardier Transportation's growing presence as a lead provider of rail maintenance services in North America.
In addition, the system might be connected to a new rail line currently under study by the SCRRA between Burbank Airport and downtown Los Angeles, according to Steve Lantz, the MTA's director of metro system integration.
The multi-agency procurement includes the UTA, SCRRA, Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority of Boston and Northstar Commuter Rail Project of Minneapolis.
The bi-level commuter cars that Bombardier will deliver to the SCRRA are designed to accommodate 138 seated and up to 160 standing riders each.
In addition, our contract with SCRRA allows us to fulfill contingency plans for a vital commuter operation.
Davis, 69, has served as the Ventura County Transportation Commission representative on the SCRRA board since 1990 and is an original member of the rail authority board.
ACTA is planning to seek proposals to construct the bridge in November, after SCRRA and its member agencies have formally approved the agreement.
The positive actions of OCTA, the CPUC, BNSF, SCRRA, FRA and neighboring cities are greatly appreciated.
In 1994, as a member of SCRRA, Bernson was responsible for site acquisition and construction of the Northridge Metrolink station, which was built in just 12 days following the Jan.
The SCRRA governs Metrolink commuter rail service, a 416-mile network which runs throughout the five-county area surrounding Greater Los Angeles.
In late August, the SCRRA Governing Board authorized the purchase of the train performance and passenger notification system from GeoFocus.
The SCRRA governs Metrolink commuter rail service, a 640-kilometre network which runs throughout the five-county area surrounding Greater Los Angeles.