RailPros is committed to providing each client with superior engineering services with attention to specifications, regulations, and timetables in order to ensure client satisfaction. The diverse experience of our team members means we can provide clients with a full spectrum of services. With extensive experience serving a variety of industry clients, including public agencies, Class I railroads, cities, counties, and private companies, we offer a comprehensive understanding of diverse client goals and needs.

In delivering outstanding services to clients over the past 15 years, RailPros has demonstrated:

  • Understanding of and proven experience in meeting FRA, Federal, State, and Local regulations
  • Proven experience in successful implementation of railroad projects
  • Responsiveness to client goals and needs
  • Competence in negotiating a consensus from project stakeholders
  • Ability to see through the details, identify critical issues, and act to expedite projects
  • A solid track record in the delivery of quality projects within budget and schedule
  • A reputation for creative and effective engineering and management

RailPros has acquired extensive experience with Quiet Zones and Grade Crossings, Facility Design and Management, Track Design and Expansion, and Track-Oriented Training. Working with such public agencies as Southern California Regional Rail Authority (Metrolink), Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA), and Centre City Development Corporation (CCDC), as well as Union Pacific (UPRR) and Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) railroads, RailPros has unmatched expertise in developing and delivering rail infrastructure projects. Providing project management, project development, project design and railroad coordination for such clients, RailPros has developed a unique understanding of the rail and transit needs across America.

Client List

  • Union Pacific Railroad

    Union Pacific Corporation is one of America’s leading transportation companies. Its principal operating company, Union Pacific Railroad, is the largest railroad in North America, covering 23 states across two-thirds of the United States.

    Union Pacific Railroad
  • Amtrak

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    Client Location: San Diego

    Amtrak operates a nationwide rail network, serving more than 500 destinations in 46 states on 21,000 miles of routes, with nearly 19,000 employees.

  • BNSF

    The BNSF Railway, is one of the four remaining transcontinental railroads. With nearly 32,000 route miles, the BNSF is one of the largest railroad networks in North America.


    SANDAG builds consensus, makes strategic plans, obtains and allocates resources, plans, engineers, and builds public transportation, and provides information on a broad range of topics pertinent to the region’s quality of life. SANDAG is governed by a Board of Directors composed of mayors, councilmembers, and county supervisors from each of the region’s 19 local governments. Supplementing these voting members are advisory representatives from Imperial County, the U.S. Department of Defense, Caltrans, San Diego Unified Port District, Metropolitan Transit System, North County Transit District, San Diego County Water Authority, Southern California Tribal Chairmen’s Association, and Mexico.

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  • Port of Los Angeles

    The Port of Los Angeles is located in San Pedro Bay, 20 miles south of downtown Los Angeles. This thriving seaport not only sustains its competitive edge with record-setting cargo operations, but is also known for its groundbreaking environmental initiatives, progressive security measures, diverse recreational and educational facilities, and an emerging LA Waterfront.

    The Port of Los Angeles encompasses 7,500 acres of land and water along 43 miles of waterfront. It features 25 passenger and cargo terminals, including automobile, breakbulk, container, dry and liquid bulk, and warehouse facilities that handle billions of dollars worth of cargo each year.

    For more information regarding the Port of Los Angeles, please visit

    Port of Los Angeles

    San Bernardino Associated Governments, known as SANBAG, is the council of governments and transportation planning agency for San Bernardino County. SANBAG is responsible for cooperative regional planning and furthering an efficient multi-modal transportation system countywide. SANBAG serves the 1.9 million residents of San Bernardino County.

    As the County Transportation Commission, SANBAG supports freeway construction projects, regional and local road improvements, train and bus transportation, railroad crossings, call boxes, ridesharing, congestion management efforts and long-term planning studies. SANBAG administers Measure I, the half-cent transportation sales tax approved by county voters in 1989.

  • Orange County Transportation Authority

    The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is a multi-modal transportation agency serving Orange County. We keep Orange County moving with countywide bus and paratransit service, Metrolink rail service, the 91 Express Lanes toll facility, freeway, street and road improvement projects, motorist aid services and by regulating taxi operations.

    RailPros has been serving OCTA on the Metrolink Service Expansion Project and we have recently won an On-Call Engineering assignment with the Authority.

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    Orange County Transportation Authority
  • Caltrain

    Caltrain is a commuter rail line on the San Francisco Peninsula and the Santa Clara Valley in California. It is currently operated under contract by Amtrak and funded jointly by City and County of San Francisco, San Mateo County Transit District, and Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority through the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board.

  • Caltrans

    Caltrans manages more than California’s highway and freeway lanes, permits more than 400 public-use airports and special-use hospital heliports, works with local agencies and provides inter-city rail services. Caltrans carries out its mission of improving mobility across California with six primary programs: Aeronautics, Highway Transportation, Mass Transportation, Transportation Planning, Administration and the Equipment Service Center.

    Los Angeles Union Station Run Through Tracks

  • City of San Diego

    CCDC is the public, non-profit corporation created by the City of San Diego to staff and implement Downtown redevelopment projects and programs. Formed in 1975, the corporation serves on behalf of the San Diego Redevelopment Agency as the catalyst for public-private partnerships to facilitate redevelopment projects adopted pursuant to redevelopment law. Through an operating agreement, CCDC is the Agency’s representative in the development of retail, residential, office, hotel, cultural and educational projects and public improvement projects.

    Downtown San Diego Quiet Zone

    City of San Diego
  • Kansas City Southern Railway

    (KCS), an international transportation holding company comprised of three primary railroads: The Kansas City Southern Railway Company (KCSR), Kansas City Southern de Mexico (KCSM) and Panama Canal Railway Company (PCRC).

    Kansas City Southern Railway
  • North County Transit District

    North County Transit District was created to plan, construct and operate public transit systems in the North San Diego County. The region of responsibility encompasses approximately 1,020 square miles from the Pacific Ocean east to Ramona and from the Orange County Line south to Del Mar.

    North County Transit District
  • Port of Long Beach

    The Port of Long Beach is one of America’s premier seaports and a trailblazer in goods movement and environmental stewardship. Trade valued annually at more than $100 billion moves through Long Beach, making it the second-busiest seaport in the United States.

    Port of Long Beach
  • Southern California Regional Rail Authority

    The Southern California Regional Rail Authority (SCRRA), a Joint Powers Authority (JPA), consists of five county transportation planning agencies: Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro), the Orange County Transportation Authority, the Riverside County Transportation Commission, San Bernardino Associated Governments and the Ventura County Transportation Commission. SCRRA was formed to develop a regional transit service to reduce the congestion on highways and improve mobility throughout the Southern California region.

    Southern California Regional Rail Authority
  • Alameda Corridor East

    Alameda Corridor East
  • BART
  • New York City Transit Authority

    New York City Transit Authority
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  • MTS Logo

    San Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS)

    MTS LogoSan Diego Metropolitan Transit System (MTS)
  • Chicago Metra

    Chicago Metra
  • Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority

    Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
  • Sonoma – Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART)

    Sonoma – Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART)