RailWorks Corp., a rail track construction and maintenance services provider in North America, is introducing RailWorks Insight, a comprehensive digital track inspection management system, at Railway Interchange 2019 in Minneapolis. RailWorks Insight
Railway Interchange 2019 in Minneapolis is holding its outdoor exhibit in a BNSF rail yard. RT&S Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson was there to check out the offerings. To see the video, click here.
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
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
Aug. 27, 2019, will arguably be one of the single most important days in North American freight railroading in recent history. On a test track at TTCI (Transportation Technology Center, Inc.) in
The U.S. DOT Inspector General recently issued a report on the Federal Railroad Administration’s methods for obtaining and managing grade crossing accident statistics. The FRA gathers data on these accidents, then uses
The Federal Railroad Administration just released its Accident Investigation Report on the derailment of a CSX freight train in Princeton, Ind. on June 17, 2018. The train derailed 22 loads and one
Union Pacific cleans site of train derailment in Illinois; environmental consultant says area is safe for residents
Damages from the Union Pacific train derailment in Dupo, Ill., appear to be limited to just the rail cars and track.
Freightwaves is reporting that the Federal Railroad Administration’s Q2 PTC progress report released Monday said that 23.3 percent of the nation’s domestic railroad operations have achieved interoperability. Interoperability was at 16 percent at