The Port of New Orleans (Port NOLA) issued a Request for Proposals this week for design and permit-support services for development of the Louisiana International Terminal in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana.
While this is not a typical RT&S story, the U.S. DOT’s efforts to reduce the impact of the Colonial Pipeline outage are worth reviewing.
Yesterday, the Canadian government released a statement providing an update on the Lac- Mégantic rail bypass project.
On Monday, the Railway Engineering-Maintenance Suppliers Association and member company RailMark Trucks hosted Congresswoman Sharice Davids (KS-3) for a tour of RailMark’s manufacturing facility located in Kansas City.
A Union Pacific wooden bridge in Springfield, Ore. caught fire early yesterday morning, resulting in some damage, but trains are still able to use the bridge, albeit at slower speeds.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) today announced that the New York City Subway, Long Island Rail Road and Metro-North Railroad have reached pandemic ridership records, with 2,239,500 trips on the New York City Subway (including 3,823 on the Staten Island Railway), 101,600 LIRR, and 83,100 Metro-North trips recorded on Friday, May 7. New York City Buses reached a pandemic high one day earlier, on Thursday, May 6, of 1,245,629.
Although it’s a different company and a short line now, the grand old name of the Chicago Rock Island and Pacific Railroad is associated with news headlines.
Metro released its budget Tuesday for the 2022 Fiscal Year that runs between this coming July 1 and June 30, 2022.
Union Pacific continues to invest in its intermodal franchise.
The MBTA commuter rail network is currently rolling out new digital tools to help train operations.