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CTX North & South Transit Capacity Improvement

San Francisco, CA

Client

Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board (PCJPB)

Delivery Method

Bid-Build

Division

HCC

Capability
Rail Construction

Construction

Details

Year Started
2002
Year Completed
2004
Project Elements
  • Commuter rail

Overview

As the managing joint venture partner, Herzog prepared this Bay area railroad corridor for “Baby Bullet” service from San Francisco to San Jose, CA, while maintaining existing mainline rail traffic for Caltrain, Amtrak, and Union Pacific Railroad service. The North project included upgrading the entire signal system to centralized traffic control and constructing three stations, which included a pedestrian overpass and elevator structures. Construction included 26 miles of new track, 86 turnouts and two railroad bridges. The South segment required a total reconstruction of Lawrence Station, including a critical pedestrian under-track cut-and-cover tunnel requiring structure excavation and support of ongoing rail traffic. Work included demolition, track removal, and the installation of 14 miles of new track and 25 turnouts.

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SMART Initial Operating Segments
IOS-1 & IOS-1A
Division

HCC

Capability
Rail Construction
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UTA FrontRunner North CM/GC
Division

HCC

Capability
Rail Construction
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UTA FrontRunner South CM/GC
Division

HCC

Capability
Rail Construction