Residents in Colorado Springs, Colo., got their first look at a railroad project that calls for realignment and the replacement of two bridges. The bridges cannot be replaced at their current locations,
The city of Palo Alto, Calif., wants to rule on grade separation alternatives before the years is over, but Caltrain and the California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) are getting in the way.
So what will happen if I inch just a little closer? Will I see a camera flash? Will sirens start blaring? Will I instantly become a cloud of dust? I’m a little
L.A. considering P3s to help with light rail transit strategy Two trains derail in North America Florida tries to reduce accidents at RR crossings MBTA commits to safety
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao announced significant plans to advance highway-rail grade crossing safety. The announcement comes as the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) hosted a grade-crossing safety summit, with remarks from
Lowering tracks will help lift up the economy in the Phoenix area. That is the claim of U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao after the U.S. DOT handed Phoenix a $24 million federal
As safety equipment stands idle at dormant railroad crossings, Ohioans question why the state does not recycle
If it cannot be used here, reuse it somewhere else.
From using biodegradable hydraulic fluid to unmanned aerial vehicles, rail projects shine during second day of AREMA conference
The education energy was flowing during the second day of the AREMA 2019 conference at Railway Interchange in Minneapolis.
A judge is going to have to force BNSF to pay tickets for blocking traffic in Oklahoma.
Kentucky is looking to improve multimodal freight transportation across the state, as evident by $2.5 million in funding grants that was recently released by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC) and the Division