The top news stories RT&S was following the week ending Oct. 21.
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With the first proposal of one end of a wildlife crossing over Ojibway Parkway in Windsor, Ontario, looking more like a zoo, city officials have agreed to take another look at the structure’s footprint.
The top news stories of the week ending Oct. 7.
They are harvesting rainbows, aren’t they?
It may not be until next year when the Seminole Gulf Railway sees carloads moving again on track.
On Dec. 1, 2021, the U. S. DOT’s Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) published a Notice of Funding Opportunity on the availability of Special Transportation Circumstance (STC) program funding.
With the glory days now history, Cedar Falls officials are now planning an un-ceremonial end to rail track that runs through the downtown area.
If your company is on the fence about whether or not to take sustainability or ESG initiatives by Class 1s, short lines, and transit railways seriously, let me encourage you to get on board.
The U.S. DOT has issued a Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) announcing the availability of over $1.4 billion in Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety Improvement (CRISI) Grant funding.
Watco has been chosen by yet another industrial park to be their rail operations provider.
Watco’s newest short line, the Texas Coastal Bend Railroad (TCBR), unveiled two locomotives emblazoned with the Port of Corpus Christi logo at a ribbon-cutting ceremony this week.
A train derailed in Alpena Township, Mich., on July 21.
A rail bridge fire in Oklahoma City, Okla., has knocked out rail service in the area, and officials do not know when traffic will be able to continue.
A short line railroad company in the state of New York is trying to block the path of a rails-to-trails effort.
A pair of Class 3 railroads in Georgia will be able to make some much-needed improvements to their rail lines.
R.J. Corman Railroad Co. was awarded a Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety Improvements (CRISI) grant by the U.S. DOT that will benefit the company’s Central Kentucky Lines.
States continue to announce the arrival of federal money for railroad track upgrades.
A bundle of Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety Improvements (CRISI) awards have been announced to help short line companies maintain their lines.
The North Carolina Ports Authority and 13 short line railroads will be improving their rail infrastructure thanks to approximately $10.9 million in matching grant funds being awarded as part of the N.C. Department of Transportation’s Freight Rail and Rail Crossing Safety Improvement program (FRRCSI).
After 20 years off the grid, the Aransas Pass railroad is back in business in Texas.