The top stories RT&S was covering the week ending July 23.
The NRC Chairman’s Column appeared in the July issue of RT&S and was written by NRC Chairman Jim Hansen.
TriMet launched a pilot project in July to get a new view of track infrastructure and help in the assessment of maintenance needs.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority Construction & Development recently pushed the first of two bridges into place on Willis Avenue under the Oyster Bay branch.
Officials in Wilmington, N.C., want to take railroad tracks out of the equation at several locations.
President Biden, senator group reach an agreement on $1.2T infrastructure bill, but GOP does not like what it’s tied to
President Biden appeared confident about signing an infrastructure bill into law after meeting with a group of senators on June 24.
Is the path to the passage of a major infrastructure bill already growing weeds? Sound Transit looks at later project completion dates to help temper affordability gap Unusual rail movement at grade
When railroad tracks move the way they weren’t made to move, an investigation is necessary.
Locomotive engineers have been qualified and trained with simulation technology for years. Through technology, the opportunity to leverage simulation beyond locomotive engineers is quickly emerging.
Most railroads operate through at least some mountainous territory along their lines, but perhaps no road faces a greater challenge than BNSF.