CSX believes it is time to let go.
Hays Thomas Watkins, former CSX Chairman and CEO, died July 29, 2022 in Richmond, Va. He was 96.
The top news stories RT&S was following this week.
A crumbling bridge in South Philadelphia is a daily reminder of a broken promise, according to residents.
CSX announced that it is outsourcing nearly 140 information technology jobs to a company based in India.
Crews were cleaning up the site of a CSX derailment in Ware County, Ga., on June 30, and according to the Class 1 company the effort could take a while.
New Jersey Congressman Donald Payne, Jr., spent the afternoon of May 2 learning about critical infrastructure with leaders from Conrail, Norfolk Southern, and CSX.
CSX is facing a lawsuit connected to the Waverly, Tenn., floods last August.
Holland, Mich., is famous for its Tulip Day Festival every year. Right now, the town is fearful of other things that have been popping up over an at-grade railroad crossing.
The March issue of RT&S magazine contains feature stories on how CSX recovered from Hurricane Ida and how Genesee & Wyoming handles its network.
A CSX freight trained derailed the morning of Thursday, Feb. 17 in Kingston, Ga., just northwest of Atlanta.
The top news stories RT&S was following the week ending Feb. 18.
Railway Track & Structures magazine takes a closer look at four rail projects going on this year.
CSX believes a cul-de-sac is the way to go in southwest Philadelphia, but the city wants to continue to give life to the Cemetery Avenue bridge.
In December 2021, RT&S reported on a collision between a CSX freight train and a SEPTA trolley outside of Philadelphia. The National Transportation Safety Board has issued a preliminary report on its accident investigation.
On Monday, Feb. 7, near Waycross, Ga., a CSX freight train with two locomotives and 39 cars struck an abandoned semi-truck, derailing a locomotive and some intermodal cars.
The NTSB reports that a rail swing bridge was damaged by a boat last year in Louisiana.
The mayor of Michigan City, Ind., is not going to leave CSX alone anytime soon.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan led public- and private-sector leaders in breaking ground on the $466 million Howard Street Tunnel expansion project, which will reconstruct the 126-year-old freight rail tunnel to accommodate double-stacked container trains to and from the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore.
Wilmington, N.C., will soon be getting a railroad line out of the way.