What were the top news items RT&S was following the week ending Sept. 20? To watch the latest episode of Bells & Whistles, click here. For the latest news, go to www.rtands.com.
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.
In April of this year, the Trump administration directed the U.S. Department of Transportation to allow railroads to haul liquefied natural gas in special tank cars within 13 months. This was driven
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.
The Association of American Railroads (AAR) today reported U.S. rail traffic for the week ending September 14, 2019. For this week, total U.S. weekly rail traffic was 526,734 carloads and intermodal units,
Archinect and the Houston Chronicle are reporting Texas Central has signed a deal with an Italian company to design, build, and put in the Texas Bullet Train, a 240-mile line between Dallas
The Los Angeles Times is reporting the California bullet train project’s number one challenge has been poor management of its efforts to acquire land. The land acquisition program began seven years ago,