NTSB: CSX, workers responsible for South Carolina wreck

What was once a bad week for CSX has now turned into a bad month.


CSX joins Maryland in Howard Street Tunnel reconstruction

Even tunnels want to be taller.

Class 1 freight

In thriving economy, Class 1s sharpening the axe when it comes to jobs

Despite record-setting second quarter growth by some Class 1 companies, employee numbers continue to drop in the railroad industry.

Union Pacific CEO

Union Pacific CEO agrees with CSX, says trade tensions are troubling

Union Pacific joined in on the claim that trade tensions are having a negative impact on the railroad industry in the U.S. CSX, however, appears to be alone when it comes to

CSX Corporation

Puzzling economy dragging down CSX revenue

Facing the most puzzling economy he has ever seen, CSX CEO James Foote is watching the market slowly fall to pieces.

NTSB: Remote-controlled locomotive killed rail worker

A remote-controlled locomotive struck and killed a CSX railroad employee back on April 13, and the National Transportation Safety Board confirmed it almost two months later. Allen Lowe, who had worked for

CSX Corporation

CSX appoints interim CFO as Lonegro departs role

CSX Corporation (CSX) has announced the departure of Frank Lonegro, executive vice president and chief financial officer (CFO).


CSX set to break ground on N.C. rail hub next month

Work will soon be underway at the site of CSX’s proposed intermodal rail facility across from North Carolina Wesleyan College, a liberal arts college based in Rocky Mount, N.C.

Howard Street Tunnel

CSX, Maryland seek fed funds to expand Baltimore tunnel

CSX and the state of Maryland are asking for federal money to expand the Howard Street Tunnel in Baltimore to fit double-stack trains.

Amtrak derailment South Carolina

Railroads miss opportunity with 60 Minutes segment on PTC

“HOW SAFE ARE AMERICA’S RAILROADS? Lesley Stahl reports on a recent string of crashes on U.S. railroads and the delay in implementing life-saving technology that could have prevented them.” Oh brother. I