Yards & Terminals

Coos Bay Rail Link (CBR) and the Oregon International Port of Coos Bay have signed a 10-year agreement, effective May 31, authorizing CBR to be the operator the 134-mile line.
Norfolk Southern (NS) opened its new $5.9 million Thoroughbred Bulk Transfer (TBT) terminal in Knoxville, Tenn.
Genesis Energy, L.P. plans to expand its existing rail terminal in Natchez, Miss., designed to handle straight and/or minimally diluted bitumen delivered by Canadian National and construct a new unit…
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority Long Island Rail Road's (LIRR) proposal to build track extensions at the existing Port Washington Yard would immediately improve train service for Port Washington Branch customers…
Meritage Midstream Services II, LLC, and Arch Coal, Inc., have written a letter of intent to create a joint venture. The new entity, to be called Black Thunder Terminal, LLC,…
The 107th American Railway Development Association Annual Meeting June 2-5 in San Francisco, Calif., will feature presentations from a long list of industry professionals.
On April 29, a Coos Bay Rail Link freight train moved the first rail shipment of plywood out of the Roseburg Forest Products mill in Coquille, Ore., since the rail…
The U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) has made $474 million available for the fifth round of the Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) grant program.
The Chicago Rail Link (CRL), managed by OmniTRAX, has completed upgrades for BP Products North America, which has begun shipments of liquid asphalt through the terminal.
President Obama released his fiscal year 2014 budget on April 10 and included $77 million for the U.S. Department of Transportation. The figure is six percent above the FY 2012…
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