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Ottawa Transportation Committee to review interim report on Western LRT environmental assessment
The Transportation Committee in Ottawa, ON, Canada, will consider an interim report of the environmental assessment on the western light-rail expansion at its meeting on June 6, 2012.
Grain shippers rate UP as top-performing railroad
For the second year in a row, Union Pacific was selected as the top-performing railroad by U.S. agricultural shippers in the third annual Soy Transportation Coalition Railroad Report Card.
RailAdvisor.com launches new website
A new website for the railroad industry is now available to the public. RailAdvisor.com was created to offer solutions and to inform the industry of a product, service, event or…
In memoriam: Dr. Arnold D. Kerr
Dr. Arnold D. Kerr passed away on May 27, 2012 at the age of 84.
Back-to-work legislation enacted, CP workers return to job
The Restoring Rail Service Act passed in the Canadian Senate and received the Royal Assent, effectively ending the strike at Canadian Pacific, which began on May 23. CP workers represented…
CTA offers exclusive naming rights to 11 rail stations
The Chicago Transit Authority, in partnership with IMG Worldwide, issued Requests for Proposals, seeking naming rights and sponsorships for 11 ‘L' stations. O'Hare, Fullerton, Belmont, Addison, Chicago, Grand/State, 95th, North/Clybourn,…
Former Caltrans director to head California high-speed rail project
Following an extensive international search, the California High-Speed Rail Authority Board of Directors hired Jeff Morales as the authority's new chief executive officer.
Legislation to end CP strike successfully passes Canada's House of Commons
The Restoring Rail Service Act has been passed by Canada's House of Commons. The Act would end the work stoppage at Canadian Pacific and its labor disputes with the Teamsters…
GE Transportation chooses Chicago for global headquarters
GE Transportation has chosen Chicago, Ill., as its global headquarters. Erie, Pa., will remain the headquarters for GE Transportation's global locomotive business and key manufacturing site.
CP, TCRC talks stall, Canadian government takes steps to legislate end to strike
Legislation has been introduced in Canada's House of Commons aimed at restoring Canadian Pacific Service. The Honorable Lisa Raitt, Canada's Labor Minister, introduced the Restoring Rail Service Act, which was…
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