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Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority will advance major track work on sections of the Orange and Blue lines over the three-day Labor Day weekend. Buses will replace Orange Line trains between East Falls Church and West Falls Church as work continues on the Dulles rail extension projec ...
Norfolk Southern is making progress in restoring operations following Hurricane Irene. Operations in North and South Carolina and Virginia have generally returned to normal, with a few areas where power has yet to be restored. On the Delmarva Peninsula, high water and power outages rem ...
CSX plans to invest in a $59 million intermodal freight terminal expansion in Columbus, Ohio. This terminal expansion is part of the National Gateway initiative, linking deep water east coast ports with Midwestern markets. The overall project covers six states and the District of Columbia and in ...
Norfolk Southern Corporation is making a mobile app available for smart phone users who want to access the company's latest news and general information, stock information and images. The app is available now for iPhone through the application store. Users can search for it under the following t ...
Train service on the New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority's Metro-North Railraod Port Jervis Line is suspended until further notice due to extensive damage to many portions of the line as a result of Hurricane Irene. The full extent of the damage has not been determined, as ...
The Timken Company, a friction management and power transmission products and services company, appointed Brian Ruel to vice president of rail. He assumes the role Oct. 1, upon the retirement of Roger W. Lindsay. In this role, Ruel will lead the company's rail segment. Timken's rail bu ...
Indiana Rail Road Company President and Chief Executive Officer Thomas Hoback, along with state of Indiana and Greene County officials, plan to announce a major capital investment and participate in a groundbreaking ceremony at INRD's Hiawatha Yard near Jasonville, Ind., at 11 a.m. (ET) Monday, A ...
At the California High-Speed Rail Authority Board meeting in Sacramento, Calif., August 25, the public got its first look at how an updated business plan set to be released in October will be organized and presented. The staff presentation included a preview of the business case, fundi ...
In the aftermath of Hurricane Irene, transit service availability on the East Coast is varied, from regularly scheduled service, to reduced service and even terminated service. WMATA Washington Metropolitan Area Tranist Authority is currently operating rail service on a re ...
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority Metro-North Railraod reopened the Sixth Avenue Bridge in Mount Vernon, N.Y., on schedule at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, August 24. The 117-year-old bridge that carries Sixth Avenue/Wilson Place over the New Haven Line railroad tracks was closed on ...
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