Momentum for flood wall construction is drying up in Minot, N.D., and city officials are blaming BNSF.
Seattle lawmakers want to make cap on car tab fees a state law. Environmental group calls BNSF derailment a major disaster. Congress now reviewing Act on crude oil by rail. State Attorney
While some are claiming a derailment in Idaho on New Year’s Day was a heroic event, one environmental group believes there is a villain at play.
Virgin Trains USA wants a new rail bridge Broken rail causes derailment and delays BNSF crew needs to be rescued after derailment Class 1s want lawsuit in just one court, not multiple
RT&S has been reporting on alleged price fixing by four Class I railroads – BNSF, Union Pacific, Norfolk Southern and CSX. Our most recent story can be found here and our first story
Back in December, RT&S reported that Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc., along with other shippers, accused the major U.S. railroads of price fixing, with a focus on fuel surcharges. To read that story,
The Jacksonville Business Journal reports that Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc. says that major U.S. railroads colluded to fix prices. Specifically, the lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of
Railroad companies in California might be feeling more pressure when it comes to the environment. On Nov. 20, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) is going to start holding public meetings and
BNSF Railway Co. (BNSF) announced Arizona & California Railroad (ARZC) as its 2019 “Shortline of the Year” during its annual Shortline Conference.
Court rules against Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees Division of International Brotherhood of Teamsters in automated track inspection case
The Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees Division (BMWED) of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters recently filed a petition against the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) decision to allow BNSF to reduce physical,