Union Pacific releases information on accident that killed worker in Texas

Some details have been released regarding a worker who was killed on a bridge construction site in Castroville, Texas.


CSX, W.Va. DOH attempt to work out deal for bridge replacement

The cost to replace a bridge in West Virginia has gone up, which means the portion promised by CSX also has elevated.

Bells & Whistles—Woman sues Union Pacific after suffering traumatic brain injury

Texas Central now has a date with the Texas Supreme Court regarding its status as a railroad company Video: Revised fencing for railroad tracks in Del Mar ‘would be devastating,’ says mayor

TTCI expands to create epicenter for rail research, testing, and training services

Transportation Technology Center, Inc. (TTCI), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Association of American Railroads (AAR), is establishing an independent training and on-track testing facility in Pueblo capable of meeting the needs of today’s rail industry and testing tomorrow’s transportation solutions.

October editorial: Rail bridge troubles on full display

Which autographed jerseys will be pressed and which will be fluffed?

Colorado woman suing Union Pacific after rocks from rail bridge work caused traumatic brain injury

A Golden, Colo., woman is suing Union Pacific after she was hit with debris that fell from a railroad bridge.

Coldwater, Mich., helps fund ‘imperative’ rail improvement project

The city of Coldwater, Mich., will be using just over $300,000 of its Capital Improvement Fund to pay for a portion of 10.1 miles of rail line improvement.

Rail Group On Air: Gil Lamphere and Henry Chidgey talk PSR, growing top and bottom lines

Everything you need to know about Precision Scheduled Railroading—how it got started, who started it and why, its promises and principles, and what it has become, for better or for worse—is here in this discussion featuring two of PSR’s “founding fathers,” Gil Lamphere and Henry Chidgey, who have more than 75 years of combined railroading experience.

BNSF is getting ready to open line burned by Dixie Fire

The Dixie Fire is responsible for the destruction of over 963,000 acres in northern California, and according to fire officials it is now 94% contained.


CSX on bridge: ‘Accelerated and permanent repairs’ will take place by year’s end

CSX has reached out to RT&S with a response to the rail bridge on the Hudson River in New York.