The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) of New York City, Transit Innovation Partnership and Empire State Development hosted a Signaling Innovation Summit to bring together the best and brightest innovators to accelerate the
Author: Bill Wilson
Citing family reasons, Maryland Transportation Secretary Pete Rahn has resigned. Known by some as a controversial figure, Rahn, under Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, pushed for the state’s light-rail Purple Line. George Slater
If Los Angeles is going to host the 2028 Olympics, the city knows its light-rail system has to meet qualifying marks. Los Angeles Metro Senior Executive Officer Rick Meade attended the Canadian
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Stacking freight rail cars two high is now a reachable reality in Maryland, as the state and CSX have come up with enough funding to expand the Howard Street Tunnel, which leads to the Port of Baltimore.
Instead of a swap, the city of Passaic, N.J., is now preferring that only money changes hands.
Railway Age, Railway Track & Structures and International Railway Journal are teaming together to produce a podcast about the rail industry and all of the challenges that goes with it. The podcast
There have been talks of a new brewery opening up on the southeast corner of Canadian Pacific’s Shorham Yards railroad terminal in northeast Minneapolis. That brewery, however, might have just lost its
Norfolk Southern wants to raise bridges, lower track in north Pittsburgh, but residents are in no mood
Norfolk Southern wants to double-stack its trains as they move through Pittsburgh, but residents in the north side of the city are stacking up arguments and fighting back.
Pulling out train tracks is like removing the spine of the economy. That’s what several people expressed during a Laconia (N.H.) City Council meeting.