ATLANTA – The digital edition of the July issue of Railway Track & Structures is now online.
This issue presents a cover story about our honorees for Women In Railroad Engineering, with ten honorees and two runners up. In addition to recognizing the accomplishments of these talented women, you’ll be able to read about their interesting backgrounds and job responsibilities.
This issue also features:
- An ENSCO case study of autonomous track inspection with the Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority and the Federal Transit Administration
- A NewsWatch report on the face off between Pennsylvania Station and Madison Square Garden in New York regarding changes needed for each facility to keep them “compatible”
- Features on Track Fasteners, Track Maintenance Technology, and Ballast Tamping
- Bob Tuzik writes about a Gary Wolf WRI presentation on the effects of operating regimes on track
- Editorial comment about the Railway Age’s / Railway Track & Structures’ new partnership with the National Railway Historical Society (NRHS) to recognize significant historic preservation projects completed by North American Railroads
- Editorial comment on how governments are hampering short line success
All of this and more in the July issue!
Digital subscribers will receive their edition next week, and print subscribers will receive their copies in mid-to-late July.