Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) spokesperson Gordon Shattles sees the good in the decline in ridership. Since COVID-19 was declared a pandemic, DART has suffered between a 55 percent and 65 percent
After the derailment of of several trains hauling hazardous materials, namely crude oil, Canadian Minister of Transport Marc Garneau has issued new orders around the speed of these trains, which are now
The reductions in Chicago Metra service due to the COVID-19 pandemic are having one positive side effect for the railroad. With fewer trains operating on the system, Metra is planning to get
Railway Track & Structures Magazine Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson talks with Alicia Trost at the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) on how the agency is dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. For the latest
Industry, union officials join together to keep construction activities moving during coronavirus pandemic
As the spreading of the coronavirus continues to keep officials at all levels scrambling, one thing remains constant in the U.S.—construction. Officials in both the construction industry and unions want to keep
Loram Holdings Inc., announces that David Freeman is joining its Board of Directors. Freeman’s background includes 19 years of rail industry experience in engineering and operations roles with BNSF Railway.
For more or for less. Geometry was indeed the less of me. I have always been pretty good with numbers, so math and algebra were not much of a challenge for me
Harsco Corporation announced its Rail division has been awarded a three-year (with an optional two-year extension) mobile maintenance train service contract by Network Rail, the largest infrastructure manager of railway network in
Railway Track & Structures magazine has determined the winners of the 2020 RT&S Top Projects competition. A total of 16 projects were determined worthy enough for the 2020 RT&S Top Projects title.
Called a once-in-a-generation investment, the proposed new rail line for the city of Austin, Texas, will most likely have one crack to sway voters in 2020. State law calls for taxing bodies