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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.
Harsco receives track maintenance equipment orders
Harsco Corporation received new U.S. and international orders in its Harsco Rail track maintenance services, equipment and parts business totaling more than $25 million.
FRA doles out $17 million for rail line relocation projects
Twelve cities and states will share $16.9 million to relocate, replace and improve segments of railroad track under the Federal Railroad Administration's Rail Line Relocation and Improvement competitive grant program.
Harsco's Fazzolari resigns, Knueppel named interim chairman and CEO
Harsco Corporation's Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer, Salvatore Fazzolari has resigned, effective immediately. Harsco Director Henry Knueppel will serve as interim chairman & CEO while the Board of Directors…
USDOT proposed budget set at $74 billion
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today praised President Obama's $74 billion budget for the U.S. Department of Transportation saying the funds will lay a new foundation for economic growth and…
Preparing for the winter wallop
Snow, ice, wind and slush can all wreck havoc on railroad operations. Winter is just a season for most of the lower 48. However, planning for winter and its slew…
Where will the money go in 2012?
Freight railroads gear up for a record year of capital spending estimated to reach the $13 billion mark. Class 1 railroad budgets are gearing up for another robust year and…
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