RT&S Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson covers the top stories the magazine was covering the week ending April 10. Port of Long Beach gets millions from U.S. DOT. NTSB rules on CSX derailment in
The U.S. DOT is giving the Port of Long Beach $14.5 million, which will go towards the Terminal Island Wye Track Realignment railroad project. When the project is complete trains will be
Eduardo Moreno told police he wanted to wake people up about a secret mission being carried out by the U.S. government, and his method of doing so was certainly jarring. Moreno attempted
The Georgia ports of Savannah and Brunswick have continued to operate since the coronavirus landed on U.S. shores, and they turned in record performances during the month of February. The Port of
The Port of Houston announced today that it is closing the Bayport and Barbours Cut terminals because an employee who works at both terminals has tested positive for coronavirus.
As sailings from North American ports have been canceled, a lot of containers are sitting at ports waiting to be shipped. This, in turn, is creating a shortage of containers for export
FreightWaves is reporting that the blockades of much of Canadian National lines by those protesting a gas pipeline’s path through British Columbia’s Wet’suwet’en territory is creating problems not only for CN, but
A group of lawmakers have put together a $760 billion infrastructure initiative that will feed billions of dollars into transit and rail.
According to nj.com, liquified natural gas can now be shipped to a Delaware River port in southern New Jersey from a fracking site in Pennsylvania. This comes after the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials
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.