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INRD completes upgrades, increases speed in Bloomington, Ind.
Indiana University students and Bloomington commuters will notice increased trains speeds beginning Monday, Oct. 15 on the Indiana Rail Road Company (INRD) rail line that cuts through the IU campus…
WSOR $10 million bridge program underway
The Wisconsin and Southern Railroad has started a $10 million plan to replace or repair 33 bridges systemwide within two years.
Saskatchewan opens province’s 13th shortline
The Canadian province of Saskatchewan opened its 13th shortline, the Long Creek Railroad (LCRR), on Oct. 2.
Two are named to GWI Board of Directors
Genesee and Wyoming Inc. appointed Richard Bott and Gregory Ledford to its board of directors, effective October 1, 2012 and October 2, 2012, respectively.
CREATE Project B15 complete
As part of the Chicago Region Environmental and Transportation Efficiency Program (CREATE), the Blue Island-Riverdale-Dolton Signal Modernization Project is complete.
Kokomo railroad to reopen after $5.5 million rehabilitation project
Twelve miles of inactive railroad running through the city of Kokomo to Tipton, Ind., will soon be reopened to rail freight traffic by early 2014.
GWI completes RailAmerica acquisition
Genesee & Wyoming Inc. has completed the acquisition of RailAmerica, Inc. and entered into a new five-year Senior Secured Credit Facility comprised of a $1.875 billion term loan and $425…
AAR: Freight rail industry invests $23 billion so taxpayers don’t have to
In 2012, the freight rail industry will invest $23 billion to build, maintain and upgrade the nation's rail network, according to two new ads released by The Association of American…
Greenfield, Ohio receives EDA grant for rail spur
The Village of Greenfield, Ohio, received a $2.2-million grant from the Economic Development Administration (EDA) for improvements to a rail line in Highland County. The project is expected to create…
ARRC washout repair going better than expected
Alaska Railroad Corporation (ARRC) track repair crews have made better-than-expected progress in repairing a major washout that has left 500 feet of the mainline track dangling just south of Gold…
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