The 2023 Railway Age / RT&S Women in Rail event, to be held Nov. 2 in Chicago, will feature a panel of human resources and recruitment executives discussing changes in freight and passenger rail recruitment, retention,
Author: RT&S Staff
Texas Central has always said it wants to be a good neighbor, but its yard is a total mess.
The MBTA announced local artists have begun painting murals beneath the East Cottage Street and Norfolk Avenue bridges as part of a public artwork installation.
The top news stories RT&S was following the week ending Oct. 28.
A worker on Sound Transit’s Mountlake Terrace light rail segment is in critical condition after a concrete wall panel fell on him.
A long line of worker injuries has forced L.A. Metro to stuff a gauze in one of the main arteries of the Purple Line subway project.
After careful consideration and given the current economic climate, supply chain challenges, and 40-year high inflation, the California High-Speed Rail Authority has determined it is not in the state’s best interest to extend the time for the track and systems procurement in its current form.
A couple of railroad projects in Indiana are moving along smoothly.
Officials broke ground on Oct. 25 on the largest CREATE project to date, The Forest Hill Flyover (P3), at CSX Forest Hill Railroad Yard.
A massive powerful machine can be delicate.
This weekend, the MBTA’s Green Line Transformation (GLT) team, part of Capital Transformation, began the third and final full-access closure on the Green Line D Branch.
Utah is talking about high-speed rail, but the walk could take years to complete, if not decades.
The top news stories RT&S was following the week ending Oct. 21.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) believes the only way the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) can fix safety shortcomings is to bring in new leadership.
A segment of Portland’s MAX Red Line service will be shut down this weekend for TriMet’s Better Red project.
“Converting Legacy Systems to Modern LRT Standards” is among the many technical presentations at the Railway Age/RT&S Light Rail 2022 Conference, Nov. 16-17, Boston, which returns to a live, in-person format since going virtual in 2020.
The final details of emergency slope stabilization work in San Clemente are emerging, and it looks like the construction timeline has added some length.
As California leads the way on the innovative advancement of clean, sustainable transportation, the California High-Speed Rail Authority released its latest Sustainability Report detailing how the high-speed rail system serves as the backbone of the state’s ambitious climate goals.
The state of Missouri does not want another fatal Amtrak derailment, but prevention is going to take money.
Landowners involved in Texas Central’s high-speed rail line from Dallas to Houston fired out a flare recently to see if there was any life out there.