Safety / Training

Pacific and Arctic Railway & Navigation Company (PARN) and the International Brotherhood of Teamsters Local 959 reached a tentative Collective Bargaining Agreement on March 29, 2012, covering the combined crafts…
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The U.S. Department of Transportation is seeking innovative proposals from small businesses to address research needs facing the Department's agencies. On April 2, U.S. DOT's Research and Innovative Technology Administration/John…
Leaders from the Transportation for Illinois Coalition (TFIC) and Regional Transportation Authority called on Congress to act now on extending national transportation funding ahead of a Friday deadline that, if…
The 2012 National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association Annual Conference in California is another record-breaking success.
By the end of 2012, Amtrak expects to more than triple the number of track-miles on its own railroad where Positive Train Control safety technology is installed.
The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority police officers went on strike at 2:00 p.m., March 21. While SEPTA management was hoping to negotiate a new contract without a strike, it has…
Last month, I wrote about safety as it pertains to the elimination of the Harriman awards. Safety is again at the forefront, this time thanks to legislation introduced to the…
Southern California's Caltrain will conduct construction on the San Bruno Grade Seperation Project and perform maintenance at several locations.
John Orrison has joined HDR as the practice leader for railroad operations. He is based in the firm's Fort Worth, Texas, office. His responsibilities include developing and expanding HDR's freight…
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