LIRR crews to perform switch work as part of Main Line Expansion Project

Long Island Rail Road crews will be working on the railroad over the next two weekends.

CN announces plan to require COVID-19 vaccinations for all employees in Canada

Canadian National has joined the ranks of other companies that require employees to be vaccinated against COVID-19.

Repair work begins on BART’s traction power cables between El Cerrito Plaza and El Cerrito del Norte stations

BART has been working on its planned rebuilding program, but an electrical line failure has expanded the scope of the work.

MTA Metro-North Railroad announces post-Ida service restorations on Harlem and New Haven Lines for Sept. 3

Following up on yesterday’s story about heavy rain and flooding in the northeast and New York City, MTA has announced some service restorations on Metro-North.

High-Speed Rail celebrates 6,000 construction jobs while helping train for the future

In celebration of Labor Day, the California High-Speed Rail Authority (Authority) today announced it has crossed another milestone with 6,000 construction jobs created to date across 119 miles of active construction in the Central Valley.

Greater Cleveland RTA awards rail grinding project management contract to Advanced Rail Management

Advanced Rail Management has been awarded a rail grinding project management contract.

What was left of Hurricane Ida walloped northeast rail service

Heavy rains left from Hurrican Ida walloped New York City and most of the northeast last night.

Siemens Mobility battery hybrid streetcars enter revenue service in Charlotte

Here’s another story that’s a little off of our beat, but Simens Mobility battery hybrid streecars are now entering light rail service in Charlotte is an important story.

MBTA completes E Branch construction

MBTA has completed a marathon work effort on the Green Line E Branch.

New York governor slams power outage and train disruption

Gov. Kathy Hochul reacted to her first major event after having been in office for a week.