AECOM Partners with Key Clients to Deliver Major US Rail Projects

AECOM has secured funding for a slew of major rail projects across the US from the Federal-State Partnership for Intercity Passenger Rail Grant Program.

The program has pledged roughly 16.4 billion USD in funding for a number of critical rail infrastructure works along the United State’s Northeast Corridor, as well as other projects nationwide.

AECOM’s current work includes California High Speed Rail, the Lyon-Turin high speed rail link, and Metro Tunnel Melbourne in Australia

Funded projects include the California High Speed rail program, the Gateway Program: Hudson Tunnel Project Systems and Fit Out, which aims to establish a new rail tunnel linking New York and New Jersey, and the Connecticut River Bridge Replacement.

Lara Poloni, AECOM’s President, said:

“As the U.S. experiences a renaissance in rail investment, we’re proud to partner with clients to provide the expertise needed to drive exceptional outcomes for critical rail infrastructure nationwide.

“These projects reflect our industry-leading rail capabilities and our commitment to deepening our relationships with clients as we support their objectives at each project stage — from advisory to design and delivery.”

AECOM has also vowed to support key clients in supporting projects such as the Baltimore Penn Station Master Plan and the Walk and Devon Bridge Replacement projects across Connecticut. Among those aided are Amtrak and the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT).

Mark Southwell, Chief Executive of AECOM’s Global Transportation Business, said:

“We are thrilled to help deliver these transformative infrastructure improvements and apply learnings from some of the world’s most technically complex rail megaprojects.

“Thanks to our global capabilities, we’re prepared to complement our rail expertise with multidisciplinary program management and advisory offerings, providing clients with a comprehensive suite of transportation services to meet their many project needs.”

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