Railway Track & Structures magazine Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson talks with Canadian Pacific’s Vice President of Engineering Justin Meyer.
The September issue of RT&S features our 2021 Engineer of the Year Justin Meyer from Canadian Pacific and our 2021 Product and Innovation Showcase.
The cause of a 2019 CP derailment has been determined.
The process of Ring Road in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, becoming a clear road when it comes to railroad tracks has been a long one.
On Saturday, July24, a Canadian National train hauling 99 cars derailed, putting a locomotive and 24 empty intermodal cars on the ground near Pointe au Baril, Ontario. A washout is considered the most likely cause, and two crew members received minor injuries.
Komatsu Mining Corp.’s new facility in the city of Milwaukee will have a new railroad spur.
The “blame game” around the recent wildfire at Lytton, B.C. has started.
The wildfire challenges in British Columbia continue to be major headaches for CN and CP, and are having an economic impact due to the resulting backlog of traffic at the Port of Vancouver.
The cause of the wildfire in Lytton, British Columbia is now under investigation.
CP and CN operations must shut down near Lytton for 48 hours.