RT&S has been reporting on alleged price fixing by four Class I railroads – BNSF, Union Pacific, Norfolk Southern and CSX. Our most recent story can be found here and our first story
Back in December, RT&S reported that Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc., along with other shippers, accused the major U.S. railroads of price fixing, with a focus on fuel surcharges. To read that story,
There are plenty of moments to cheer when you are on the sidelines. Last week, the state of Virginia landed a game-changing deal with CSX, and now North Carolina is hoping it
There have been a couple of train derailments over the last 48 hours, both of them involving CSX trains. In West Virginia, rail cars fell into the Potomac River on Saturday, Dec.
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The state of Virginia realizes that if it wants to expand passenger rail service in the region it needs to take ownership of the situation. Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam announced an agreement
The Jacksonville Business Journal reports that Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc. says that major U.S. railroads colluded to fix prices. Specifically, the lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of
WSAZ News Channel 3 is reporting that a CSX employee was struck and killed by a moving train near Parkersburg, W.Va., which is in Wood county. The accident occurred around 4 p.m.
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Stacking freight rail cars two high is now a reachable reality in Maryland, as the state and CSX have come up with enough funding to expand the Howard Street Tunnel, which leads to the Port of Baltimore.