Teams narrowed for New Jersey, New York commuter line

12/4/2006 | Engineering News-Record

The list of teams to build a $7.2 billion commuter rail tunnel between New Jersey and New York has been narrowed to two -- a joint venture of URS Corp. and Hatch Mott MacDonald and a consortium of Tishman Construction, Parsons Transportation Group and Arup. The 4.5-mile, 27-foot-diameter project will require tunnel boring for bedrock, and the New Austrian Tunneling Method may also be used, officials said.

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