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Norfolk Southern Railway calls its situation with Drummond Coal Co. a case of buyer’s remorse. In federal court this week, the Class 1 railroad company might be the one having second thoughts.
You can make a lot of things out of cotton. In Dallas area, what was once known as the “Cotton Belt” railroad track is now going to be DART’s new Silver Line.
It looks like the Arizona & California Railroad rail bridge that caught on fire on Sept. 14 will be back in service by Sept. 22.
Extending light rail north of Miami would be expensive, but study reveals traditional elevated rail beats sexier alternatives
If Miami-Dade County wants to expand its light rail transit line north of Miami, it should not do anything fancy.
The Grafton and Upton Railroad wants to proceed with a storage and transloading yard project in Hopedale, Mass., and does not want any interruptions.
voestalpine Nortrak announced that effective immediately, the company will be known as voestalpine Railway Systems Nortrak. The new name—accompanied by a redesigned logo—more accurately reflects the firm’s membership in voestalpine’s global Railway
Over the weekend a historic wooden rail bridge over the Colorado River in Arizona caught on fire and was destroyed. In Airway Heights, Wash., motorists want a wooden vehicular bridge owned by
A rail bridge was almost reduced to ashes and crews are now in the process of building a replacement. The span went over the Colorado River and was owned by the Arizona
You heard of someone in serious debt? What about someone in serious investment? The latter is what the Metropolitan Transportation Authority of New York City is all about, as the agency announced