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Rail line relocation boosts O’Hare Airport expansion
When one of the world’s busiest airports expands, an existing UP rail line picks up and moves south
Keeping things moving quickly
Trackwork requires materials to be moved to the right place at the right time, advances to material handling equipment is helping make that happen.
Harsco awarded international track equipment orders
Harsco Corporation received international orders for its railway track maintenance rail grinders totaling more than $20 million, including the company's first rail equipment order from South Korea and its first…
RT&S launches "Rail Brief" weekly engineering newsletter
The editors of Railway Track & Structures are pleased to bring you "Rail Brief," a weekly e-mail newsletter that brings breaking news about rail engineering and maintenance-of-way to your inbox.…
Trio of trusses
Planning, coordination and structural engineering magic come together on a project to replace three century-old bridges in Massachusetts.
NRC hits new highs in San Deigo
The 2012 National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association Annual Conference in California is another record-breaking success.
Boosting ballast for better track
Suppliers use the latest technology to offer superior ballast maintenance services and machinery. Suppliers up their ballast maintenance offerings to include GPS technology and other upgraded effrorts to ensure a…
Sound Transit completes boring of first University Link light rail extension tunnel
Seattle-area Sound Transit tunneling contractors Traylor Kemper Frontier pushed through the wall into the Capitol Hill station site to complete a two-mile light-rail tunnel from the University of Washington. The…
Caltrain construction and maintenance this week
Southern California's Caltrain will conduct construction on the San Bruno Grade Seperation Project and perform maintenance at several locations.
KCS' Starling recommends focus areas for next generation of railroad industry leaders
In January, Railway Age announced that it had named KCS president and CEO Dave Starling its 2012 Railroader of the Year.
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