RT&S Editor-in-Chief talks with new Railway Tie Association Executive Director Ashley Goodin about the current and future situation of the crosstie market. Listen to more podcasts.
The October issue of RT&S features a story on the construction of the Tawatina Rail Bridge in Edmonton, Canada, the 2020 Crosstie Product and Market Report and a product overview of the
Georgia lawmakers pass bill prohibiting crosstie burning in two counties. Road project in Boston will require tight fit for railroad tracks. A S.C. homeowner sues a railroad company over a yard project.
Georgia state senators overwhelmingly passed a bill that will prohibit energy plants in Franklin and Madison counties from burning railroad crossties. After the 48-0 passing the measure was sent to Gov. Brian
Two piles of railroad ties were set on fire at a site just north of Pueblo, Colo., on April 11. Police believe the act was intentional. The two fires were located off
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
Pandrol is now the exclusive North American distributor of Sicut composite crossties, which are made from recycled plastics using a process developed at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.
Norfolk Southern, looking to improve efficiency in tie replacement, is the first Class 1 railroad to adopt new automated tie-marking technology from Georgetown Rail (GREX.)