A team led by US-based engineering and construction firm Fluor has completed construction on the 11-mile third commuter rail, Gold Line (G Line), of the Denver Eagle Public-Private Partnership (P3) Commuter Rail Project.
The African Development Bank Group has approved a $70m loan for a road project in Ebonyi State, the southeastern state of Nigeria.
Crossrail, a subsidiary of Transport for London (TfL), has announced that the Elizabeth line will be opened by the end of 2020, except for Bond Street station, which will be ready later.
Siemens Mobility has submitted a planning application to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council for the construction of a £200m rail manufacturing facility in Goole, East Yorkshire, UK.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) has awarded a contract to James Construction Group to build a new access road into Barksdale Air Force Base from the I-20/I-220 interchange in Bossier Parish in the US.
Ralph L. Wadsworth Construction Company (RLW), a subsidiary of Sterling Construction Company, has secured a contract worth about $23m to build a highway stretch in Utah, US.
British design and engineering firm Atkins has secured five contracts to support the sustainable expansion programme at Heathrow Airport in the UK.
City Rail Link Limited (CRLL) has announced an increase in the cost for the Auckland City Rail Link project from NZ$3.4bn ($2.3bn) in 2014 to NZ$4.42bn ($3bn).
UK-based Graham has secured a new £25m contract from Highways England to deliver maintenance and improvements in the East of England as part of its Collaborative Delivery Framework (CDF).
The United Arab Emirates (UAE ) has opened the AED6bn ($1.6bn) 89km-long Sharjah-Khorfakkan Road, which spans from Emirates Road to Wadi Shi in Khor Fakkan.
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