Even though this accident was caused by a derailment, we are stepping outside of our normal coverage zone by featuring this NTSB report on tank car structural integrity because it has received so much attention over the past few years. NTSB did not determine probable cause for the derailment and did not publish a brief or report.
Is the path to the passage of a major infrastructure bill already growing weeds? Sound Transit looks at later project completion dates to help temper affordability gap Unusual rail movement at grade
When railroad tracks move the way they weren’t made to move, an investigation is necessary.
Locomotive engineers have been qualified and trained with simulation technology for years. Through technology, the opportunity to leverage simulation beyond locomotive engineers is quickly emerging.
Most railroads operate through at least some mountainous territory along their lines, but perhaps no road faces a greater challenge than BNSF.
Something stinks at MTA, and the agency’s Inspector General is furious.
Grade crossing improvements are coming to two areas in Illinois.
Railway Track & Structures presents its first-ever Women in Railroad Engineering awards in which the magazine will profile 10 individuals who have made an impact in their respective fields and within their company.
Transpo Secretary unveils once-in-a-generation investment in light rail and other forms of transportation
U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg has announced the recommendation of $2.5 billion to advance the construction or completion of 25 rail, bus rapid transit (BRT) and streetcar projects in 12 states, as well as other projects that may become ready for funding in FY 2022.
Jackrabbit Lane in Belgrade, Mont., doesn’t have the legs to move traffic when a train is moving through, so the Montana Department of Transportation has a plan in place.