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Canadian Pacific’s Guido De Ciccio retires
Guido De Ciccio, Canadian Pacific (CP) senior vice president, Operations Western Region, announced his retirement from CP after 40 years with the company on Sept. 15.
Georgia Ports Authority betting big on rail
Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) Executive Director Griff Lynch detailed a new strategic rail initiative, GPA's Mid-American Arc, and said bigger ships, deeper water and expanded rail are converging to make…
SCPA moves ahead with second inland port
The South Carolina Ports Authority (SCPA) will develop a second inland port in Dillon, S.C., following a unanimously approved resolution by the SCPA Board of Directors on Sept. 12.
Freight Shuttle eyes redefinition of goods movement
A plan to deploy a new transport mode of transporting freight will be studied and fleshed out over the next few months at the Port of Houston Authority.
TranSystems hires Shaeffer as senior project manager
TranSystems Corp., an engineering and architecture solutions consulting firm, has hired Dana Shaeffer, PE, as its new senior project manager.
CP CFO Erceg to resign, return to US
Canadian Pacific Railway (CP) has announced that its executive vice president and CFO, Mark Erceg, has resigned from his position effective Sept. 9.
ConnDOT prefers long span vertical lift bridge for Walk Bridge replacement
The Connecticut Department of Transportation's (ConnDOT) preferred alternative to replace the Walk Bridge in Norwalk, Conn., is a Long Span Vertical Lift bridge.
BNSF completes second track at Pecos River
BNSF has completed double tracking a three-mile segment that crosses the Pecos River near Fort Sumner, N.M.
New BNSF service to run between Texas, Pacific Northwest
BNSF Railway has announced a new service option to allow intermodal customers to transport freight between Texas and the Pacific Northwest beginning Sept. 12.
Complete failure of cracked rail led to Jan. 2015 CP derailment
A complete failure of an already-cracked rail led to the January 2015 derailment of a Canadian Pacific train near Nipigon, Ontario, according to the Transportation Safety Board of Canada (TSB).
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