The National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association (NRC) inducted three railway industry leaders into it Hall of Fame on January 7, 2022, at its annual conference in Phoenix.
The U.S. Department of Transportation announced that Amit Bose has been confirmed as the 15th Administrator of the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA).
The RT&S January 2022 issue contains our annual State of the Industry feature as well as product reviews on rail flaw detection and vegetation management.
The momentum for the return of a Scranton (Pa.)-to-New York City rail route continues to build.
Wabtec Corporation announced it recently acquired the railway friction business from MASU, a leading manufacturer of friction products across the automotive and rail industry.
The Surface Transportation Board recently approved a new rail line in Utah, and officials can’t say enough against it.
Global rail infrastructure specialist Pandrol, has announced the launch of their PLA Evo welding process, an evolution in bonding for terminological conditions.
The mayor of Michigan City, Ind., is not going to leave CSX alone anytime soon.
BART is replacing electrical lines and other support components that are critical for maintaining reliable train service through Lafayette.
Following a month-long public comment period, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Board of Commissioners approved the agency’s $7.9 billion 2022 budget. The 2022 budget consists of $3.4 billion for operating expenses, $2.7 billion for annual capital spending, and $1.8 billion for debt service and deferred expenses.