G4S Technology Selected by the Southern California Regional Rail Authority to Integrate and Install Upgrades that will Increase the Number of Trains Per Day and Enhance the Overall Commuting Experience - Breaking News Allvoices

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Los Angeles : CA : USA | almost 3 years ago  
The $13.6M project began in February and is projected to be completed within eighteen months...June 13, 2011 G4S Technology LLC (formerly Adesta) a systems integrator and project...
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