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March 20, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
$180-Million Rail Car Order Placed: Kawasaki Heavy Industries and Mitsui and Co. said the order is from the Long Island Rail Road for 114 commuter train cars. The New York City-area railroad, which ordered 23 locomotives from General Motors last week, has an option to buy 48 more commuter cars as part of the contract. The cars will be built by Kawasaki subsidiary Kawasaki Rail Car Inc. of Yonkers, N.Y. About 40% of the required parts will be procured from New York-area suppliers.
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March 20, 1995 | Times Staff and Wire Reports
$180-Million Rail Car Order Placed: Kawasaki Heavy Industries and Mitsui and Co. said the order is from the Long Island Rail Road for 114 commuter train cars. The New York City-area railroad, which ordered 23 locomotives from General Motors last week, has an option to buy 48 more commuter cars as part of the contract. The cars will be built by Kawasaki subsidiary Kawasaki Rail Car Inc. of Yonkers, N.Y. About 40% of the required parts will be procured from New York-area suppliers.
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May 27, 1994 | DEBRA CANO
The City Council has awarded a contract to an Irvine firm to prepare plans for constructing a railroad underpass on Dale Street and aligning the street with Burlingame Avenue. The city on Monday gave the nearly $590,000 contract to H.D.R. Engineering Inc., one of eight firms that submitted proposals for the $9.6-million project. The money will come from county Measure M funds. Donald K.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 27, 1994 | DEBRA CANO
The City Council has awarded a contract to an Irvine firm to prepare plans for constructing a railroad underpass on Dale Street and aligning the street with Burlingame Avenue. The city on Monday gave the nearly $590,000 contract to H.D.R. Engineering Inc., one of eight firms that submitted proposals for the $9.6-million project. The money will come from county Measure M funds. Donald K.
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