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CP campaign touts preventative use of in-cab cameras for safety
Canadian Pacific Railway on Tuesday launched an awareness campaign highlighting the safety benefits of the preventative use of inward-facing cameras in the cabs of locomotives.
Moorman to Congress: "New era" of Amtrak investment required
The head of Amtrak told lawmakers a new era of infrastructure investment is needed to ensure a healthy future for long-distance passenger rail travel in the U.S.
Dippel named HDR transportation environmental services director
Michelle Dippel has been promoted to transportation environmental services director at HDR and will be based in Austin, Texas.
Portion of Virginia, Maryland and D.C. federal funds withheld until SSOP for WMATA in place
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) will withhold five percent of federal funds to the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia until a new Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) State…
Short Line Safety Institute hopes small tips produce big safety gains
The Short Line Safety Institute (SLSI) launched a new safety initiative aimed at providing small railroads with seasonal safety tips.
High-speed rail, Peninsula electrification make California wish list for federal funds
The state of California put forth its initial list of priority infrastructure projects to the National Governor's Association for consideration by the federal government.
Clark Construction awarded contract to upgrade three CTA substations
The Chicago Transit Board has awarded a $42.9 million contract to Clark Construction Group to upgrade three substations that provide power to the Chicago Transit Authority’s (CTA) eight rail lines.…
CN plans CA$2.5 billion capital program in 2017
Canadian National has planned a CA$2.5 billion (US$1.9 billion) capital program in 2017, down CA$25 million (US$19 million) from 2016.
Broken axle caused events resulting in fiery Casselton accident
A broken axle has been cited as the probable cause of a series of events that resulted in two derailed trains and close to 476,000 gallons of crude oil being…
Biloxi eyes closing six crossings in order to build two
Biloxi, Miss., is considering the closure of six out of the city's 29 crossings to accommodate road extensions and is working with CSX to identify the best options.
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