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Union Pacific's Heritage Locomotive Fleet program was selected as a winner of the 2011 Brunel Awards International Railway Design Competition; a contest evaluated by a jury of international leaders in the area of rail design and engineering. The UP fleet represented the United States in the cate ...
Norfolk Southern received a technical infrastructure commendation for its Heartland Corridor project in the 2011 Brunel Awards International Railway Design Competition; a contest evaluated by a jury of international leaders in the area of rail design and engineering to recognize top railway arch ...
Huron Central Railway Inc., a shortline railway in the province of Ontario, Canada, will begin its rehabilitation project. The Ontario Ministry of Northern Development, Mines and Forestry and the Canadian government are each funding C$15 million (U.S.$15.15 million) of the C$33.3 milli ...
The Association of American Railroads and the International Union of Railways jointly announced that 43 projects from 11 nations have been recognized for design excellence in the 2011 Edition of the prestigious Brunel Awards International Railway Design Competition in judging recently completed ...
Parks Canada and Canadian Pacific are implementing the first initiatives coming from the joint action plan created last fall to further mitigate rail-related bear mortality in Banff National Park. Actions include promising mitigations, the release of a five-year research plan and an upcoming bea ...
Events that showcase the Tanana River bridge project have been scheduled as the Alaska Railroad prepares for construction to begin in Salcha, Alaska. Public Open House: August 23 - Salcha School, 8530 Richardson Highway. 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. with a presentation at 6:30 ...
Heinz North America honored Union Pacific as its 2011 Carrier of the Year award winner for the railroad's performance in transporting refrigerated and canned products. Union Pacific's efforts surpassed those of motor carriers, who historically have won the award, primarily as a result ...
Paul Leonards has accepted the position of vice president of project management of Watco Companies. Leonards will be responsible for overseeing all aspects of construction performed on projects, enforcing all safety rules and guidelines, regulations and quality control. Leonards has mo ...
California will receive $179 million from the Federal Railroad Administration to continue building a statewide passenger-rail network with both high-speed and intercity service. Funding will kick start several major projects throughout the state, including the construction of new tracks, the pur ...
The U.S. Department of Transportation's Federal Transit Administration convened a panel of highly experienced transit experts from around the country to advise southeastern Michigan leaders on ways to create a 21st-century public transit system. The FTA said each of the five members ch ...
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