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
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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.
ENSCO Rail, an international leader in advanced rail technology solutions for passenger, transit and freight markets, recently delivered its second Autonomous Track Geometry Measurement System (ATGMS) and Autonomous Rail Profile Measurement System
Public pressure is fueling a bill in the Georgia state Senate that would ban the burning of chemically treated railroad ties at two plants located in the northern end of the state.
Long Island Rail Road train delays at all-time low. DART presents plan for subway that will run through downtown Dallas. Union Pacific gets innovative when it comes to handling ties. Is
When riding along the railroad, one can often see old ties bundled by the track that have been replaced by new ones, and clean-up of the old ties is time-consuming.
Norfolk Southern wants to raise bridges, lower track in north Pittsburgh, but residents are in no mood
Norfolk Southern wants to double-stack its trains as they move through Pittsburgh, but residents in the north side of the city are stacking up arguments and fighting back.
The condition of the Indiana Northeastern Railroad in Ohio will soon be upgraded to a Federal Railroad Administration Class 2 after the Ohio Rail Development Commission (ORDC) gave the green light to
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s (MBTA) Fiscal and Management Control Board approved a $30 million contract for second phase work and third phase preliminary design work of the Franklin Line Double Track