Latest Rail News

Hawaii Gov. David Ige signed into law a five-year extension authorizing counties to continue the half-percentage point surcharge on state tax to continue funding the Honolulu's $6-billion rail transit project. The surcharge will be effective until Dec. 31, 2027.

U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx joined Charlotte, N.C, Mayor and Metropolitan Transit Commission Chair Daniel Clodfelter July 14 to commemorate the grand opening of the CityLYNX Gold Lin ...
Sound Transit's second tunnel boring machine for the Northgate Link light-rail extension reached the wall of the future Roosevelt light-r ...

On July 11, Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) opened a new dispatch center equipped with a Wabtec Train Management Dispatching System (TMDS).

Kansas City Southern (KCS) appointed Brian Hancock to executive vice president and chief marketing officer, reporting to KCS president Patrick Ottensmeyer.

BNSF Logistics, LLC, acquired Transportation Technology Services (TTS), an engineering and logistics services provider focused on rail solutions for over-dimensional cargoes. BNSF Logistics says TTS has particular expertise and market pr ...

Manufacturers of special trackwork components offer pieces designed with a longer lifespan in mind.

As demand climbs among freight and passenger railroads, suppliers are providing improved fastening solutions to help hold things together.

Service providers ramp up their efforts to enhance the welding process and improve the life of each weld.

Crews hoisted into place the final 35-ton concrete segments for Sound Transit's South 200th Link light-rail extension July 13, connecting the elevated structure to the airport.

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