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Ohio plans work on 11 crossings
The Public Utilities Commission of Ohio (PUCO) has approved 11 highway-rail grade crossing projects in Hamilton, Hancock, Sandusky, Portage, Erie, Butler and Paulding counties.
Hudson Bay Railway reopens
The Hudson Bay Railway line reopened on July 5, 2014, with freight train 295 arriving in Churchill, SK, Canada, carrying supplies for the community after OmniTRAX Canada suspended service due…
INRD's track investment results in faster train speeds
The Indiana Rail Road (INRD) is investing millions of dollars in private capital on the north end of its Indianapolis Subdivision this summer, which will result in faster, quieter-moving trains…
Minneapolis, Met Council’s Southwest LRT tentative agreement removes shallow tunnel from plan
Minneapolis and the Metropolitan Council (Met Council) have reached a tentative agreement regarding the plan to build the Southwest Light Rail Project from Minneapolis to Eden Prairie, Minn.
EDA awards funds to Indiana rail project
The Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding a $1.6-million grant to the city of Madison, Ind., to upgrade critical railroad infrastructure to support increased commerce.
Watco names GMs to GRNW and Wallula Switching
Watco has installed two to general manager positions at Great Northwest Railroad (GRNW) and the company's Wallula switching site. Stacy Grant has accepted the position of general manager for the…
Goldman named president of Louisville & Indiana Railroad, succeeding Stolzman
John Goldman, vice president of the Louisville & Indiana Railroad (L&I) has been promoted to president, effective July 11, succeeding Mike Stolzman, who is joining Colo Railroad Builders in Houston,…
OCTA completes Kraemer Boulevard grade separation
Kraemer Boulevard is now open to traffic as Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) puts finishing touches on a new grade separation that separates car traffic from the busy freight rail…
With no shared use option, study ups LYNX Red Line estimates by $215 million
A study released by Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) shows cost estimates for a proposed passenger line between Mooresville and Charlotte, N.C., rose significantly due to new infrastructure needs rather…
IntegroCo receives order for composite crossties
IntegriCo Composites has received an order from a railroad in the U.S. for approximately 5,000 composite crossties for installation in their railway system.
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