It’s for real now. After considering building a temporary rail bridge in the Village of Garden City, N.Y., the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) is now constructing a permanent one.
Sound Transit is bringing new technology to the University of Washington campus.
Few will forget that horrific day, July 6, 2013, when a crewless crude oil train with five locomotives and 75 loaded DOT-111 tank cars carrying volatile Bakken crude rolled into Lac-Mégantic, Quebec
Who wouldn’t want more gold? California state legislator Chris Holden’s gold, however, comes in the form of a light rail line.
Schedule changes, a reduction of trains in service and rerouting due to work at Penn Station in New York was more than enough to handle for Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) riders
Canadian National has plans on building a second track in the Chicago suburbs, but cities like Elgin and Hoffman Estates have a one-track mind when it comes to the expansion: It will
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
A high-speed superconducting magnetic levitation system (maglev) between Washington and Baltimore is still in the works. However, right now it is up to the engineers to hold the project up. That’s because
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.
Norfolk Southern wants to raise bridges, lower track in north Pittsburgh, but residents are in no mood
Norfolk Southern wants to double-stack its trains as they move through Pittsburgh, but residents in the north side of the city are stacking up arguments and fighting back.
Affiliates of Denver-based OmniTRAX, Inc. and The Broe Group have signed A&R Logistics, Inc. (A&R) as lead tenant to anchor the Savannah Gateway Industrial Hub (SGIH), a master-planned, 2,750-acre industrial park with
Do not underestimate the power of the railroad. In an effort to improve business and bring more jobs to Carrollton, Ohio, Griffeth & Son Trucking is planning to build a railroad spur
If you pay someone enough they will leave.
Work with what is there. That usually is the calling following one of two things: an awful haircut or a bad paint job. Workers on Florida’s Brightline project, however, never felt more