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Rail supplier news from Triunity and Keolis (June 18)

The Regional Transportation District of Denver recently awarded Triunity a for a project-management support consultant contract.
Photo – RTD-Denver's Facebook


Lochner Co. subsidiary Triunity has been selected by the Regional Transportation District of Denver (RTD) for a project-management support consultant contract for transit infrastructure throughout the Denver area. Triunity will oversee design, construction, repair, renovation and replacement projects, including $152 million, multi-phased project to reconstruct the 30-year-old light-rail track in downtown Denver. The first phase, which begins construction this month, will concentrate on five at-grade street-running track segments at intersections in the Downtown Loop, including removing and reconstructing all aging rail infrastructure, ties and ballast.

Keolis has been selected by Ile-de-France Mobilites to operate the new line 18 of the Ile-de-France region metro system. The first section of the fully automatic metro, between Massy-Palaiseau and Saclay, will open to passengers at the end of 2026. In 2027, three new stations will open on the section between Massy-Palaiseau and Orly airport. The final section, with three new stations, will open in 2030 and take line 18 to a terminus at Versailles-Chantiers.