New Jersey Transit is expanding its Quiet Commute program to trains on the Atlantic City Rail Line, operating between Philadelphia, Pa., and Atlantic City, N.J. The program goes into effect January 20 between the hours of 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. on weekdays.
Norfolk Southern assisted 94 industries in locating or expanding their businesses along its rail lines in 2014.
Alpha Products, Inc., a metal fabrication and stamping company based in Bedford Park, Ill., has completed its sale to a new ownership group led by John Marks of LEJAK & Associates.
IntegriCo Composites, manufacturer of recycled plastic crossties, is now producing its product for five Class 1 railroads in North America.
Marking significant progress toward modernizing California's transportation infrastructure, on Jan. 6 the California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) joined hundreds of supporters and government, student, community, transportation, business and labor leaders to break ground on the nation's first high-speed rail system.
Chief Executive Officer of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LACMTA) Art Leahy's last day of service will be April 5, 2015, when his current contract expires. Leahy, who started his transportation career as a bus operator and became one of the nation's leading transit officials, has headed LACMTA for six years.
In 2014, CSX and its customers worked together on 107 projects to build or expand facilities on CSX's network and shortline partners.
Genesee & Wyoming Inc. has completed the acquisition of Pinsly Railroad Company's Arkansas Division for approximately $40 million in cash, subject to adjustment for final working capital.
A $996-million federal grant has been awarded to Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) to extend Green Line light-rail service from East Cambridge to Somerville and Medford.
Holland LP promoted Gerry Coyne to general manager RMSS and Russ Gehl to vice president maintenance of way sales.