Parsons is set to support the expansion and rehabilitation of Metrolink, a commuter rail system in the US state of California.
The Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA) selected the company for a three-year $50m task order, along with four other engineering firms.
The work programme, which also includes other repair projects, seeks to improve safety and services on the Metrolink System.
The project will include project management, construction management and staff assistant services to support improvement works across the commuter rail system.
Parsons connected communities market executive vice-president Tom Topolski said: “The Metrolink System is continually optimising its network, which connects six Southern California counties to provide safe, seamless and reliable transportation.
“With deep roots in California, Parsons will utilise our extensive expertise in railroad project management, design, and construction management to support SCRRA as they expand and improve their system to better connect riders to the community.”
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According to its website, Metrolink is the third largest commuter rail system in the US with 538 total route miles. It connects six counties in Southern California and has grown over the years to include seven lines and 62 stations.
Parsons is a digitally enabled solutions provider serving several industry verticals focusing on security, defence and infrastructure.
Last month, the company secured a $45m contract to implement a communications-based train control (CBTC) system for the Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) in the US.
The contract was part of BART’s $3.5bn Transbay Corridor Core Capacity Program.