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Chattanooga-made Volkswagens just off the assembly line and ready for shipment countrywide will start their journey at a state-of-the-art terminal unrivaled in the industry, a consultant told the Chattanooga Times Free Press. The terminal will be served by CSX T ...
Metrorail riders in the Washington, D.C., area soon will be able to use four major cell phone providers to make calls or access the Internet from 20 of Metro's busiest underground stations. 

Verizon Wireless, Sprint Nextel, AT&T and T-Mobile began insta ...
RailComm's DOC® Yard Automation System has been integrated with the existing RailComm Shove Track control system at CSX Transportation's Hamlet facility in North Carolina. RailComm's Domain Operations Co ...
Repair work to remove debris and any remaining loose brick from the architectural façade of the ceiling at the 181st Street station is proceeding around the clock, but more work needs to be completed before 1 train service can resume between the 168th Str ...
Hundreds of poles that will carry electricity for Norfolk's light rail trains are going up along the 7.4-mile alignment, marking a construction milestone for The Tide, Virginia's first light rail system. A small group of poles were bolted into place last month a ...
Union Pacific Railroad will increase the speed of its trains from 10 mph to 20 mph on nearly 12 miles of its rail line located in Kennewick, Wash. The rail line generally parallels state highway SR 240 through Kennewick. The increased train speed will take effect Se ...
The Missouri Department of Transportation is applying for more than 27 million dollars in stimulus funds to pay for a new steel railroad bridge in Osage City, Mo., local media report. This comes as a relief to many history buffs in Boonville, who fought for the past ...

The North Charleston, S.C. feud with the CSX railroad line got a little hotter this week when an employee cited during a sign-removal dispute last month apparently failed to show for his court appearance, the Charleston Post and Courier reports. A bench warrant was issued for a CSX employee who allegedly played a role in the railroad's attempt to remove a sign telling motorists where to direct complaints about bumpy railroad crossings.

 

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The weekend of August 22-23, Sound Transit crews in the Seattle area will install a temporary wall comprised of interlocking metal sheets called sheet piles. The sheet pile wall will be about 60 feet long by 20 feet high and will be vibrated into place along the sho ...
Looking forward to possible economic development in the South County, the Lassen County, Calif., Board of Supervisors, Union Pacific and Lassen Valley Railway, an affiliate of V&S Railways, reached an agreement that will save the Wendel/Flanigan rail line-a piec ...
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