A regulatory change shook up the railroad bridge industry in 2010. Now technology is doing the same thing. Everything changed in 2010. That’s when the the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) published its
Canadian National plans to spend more than $184 million (C$245 million) on construction projects this year in the province of Saskatchewan, as the Class 1 railroad looks to improve efficiency on the
CN will invest approximately a record $2.94 billion (C$3.9 billion) in its capital spending program. But only $1.2 billion (C$1.6 billion) is targeted toward track and railway infrastructure maintenance — the same
Canadian National (CN) has reached an agreement to acquire the TransX Group of Companies, one of Canada’s largest and oldest transportation companies.
Operation Lifesaver Canada (OL) has announced that Canadian National (CN) Constable Bart MacMillan will be awarded the organization’s 2017 Roger Cyr Award.
Jean-Jacques Ruest has been named president and CEO of Canadian National (CN), effective immediately, by the railroad’s Board of Directors. Ruest has also been appointed to a position on the board.
Canadian National’s Ontario network will see a CA$315 million (US$239.8 million) investment from the railroad in a bid to expand and strengthen the company’s rail infrastructures across the province.
Vossloh has signed a second multi-year framework agreement for the delivery of special trackwork, turnouts specifically, in its focus market North America with Canadian National (CN).
In March 2018, Canadian National (CN) completed a major expansion project that nearly doubled the railroad’s Ranier border crossing facility.
An incident involving a train rolling uncontrolled for three miles has prompted the Transportation Safety Board of Canada to recommend an update to employee qualification standards.