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Caltrain ridership hits historic high
For the first time in the nearly 150-year history of the railroad, San Francisco Bay-area's Caltrain average weekday ridership is more than 50,000, according to the Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers…
RailComm to provide DOC system to PATH’s Harrison Yard
RailComm has been selected to provide a wireless remote control 3rd rail and switch heater system for Port Authority Trans-Hudson's (PATH) Harrison Yard in New Jersey.
UP receives Provider of the Year Award from Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics
Union Pacific was named the 2011 Provider of the Year by Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics Vehicle Services Americas Inc. (WWL). This award evaluates railroad, truck and short sea companies to determine…
NS names Rathbone and Squires to new executive positions
Norfolk Southern made two personnel changes to broaden the experience of its senior management team.
KeRail and Tata Steel enter into long-term agreement
Genesee & Wyoming Inc. and a newly-formed GWI subsidiary, KeRail Inc. have entered into a long-term agreement with Tata Steel Minerals Canada Ltd. for KeRail to provide rail transportation services…
Patriot adds Shoener to board of directors
Patriot Rail Corp., operator of shortline and regional freight railroads, appointed Arthur Shoener to the board of directors of the company. In this role, Shoener will provide executive support and…
NS completes coal line maintenance blitz
Norfolk Southern recently completed $20.5 million of track, bridge and signal improvements along its major coal line through the Monongahela Valley in Pennsylvania in a record seven days. To ensure…
Tyco executive to take the helm at Harsco
Harsco Corporation hired Patrick Decker as president and chief executive officer, effective September 10, 2012.
Federal money to aid track projects in Alaska, Kentucky, fund UTCs
The U.S. Department of Transportation awarded more than $12.6 million for Alaska and Kentucky infrastructure projects and will extend University Transportation Center (UTC) grants by one year.
Miami-Dade Transit opens MIA Metrorail Station
Miami-Dade Transit opened its 23rd Metrorail station, the new Miami International Airport (MIA) Station on July 28.
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