Everything you need to know about Precision Scheduled Railroading—how it got started, who started it and why, its promises and principles, and what it has become, for better or for worse—is here in this discussion featuring two of PSR’s “founding fathers,” Gil Lamphere and Henry Chidgey, who have more than 75 years of combined railroading experience.
RT&S Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson covers the top news stories of the week.
Railway Track & Structures magazine Editor-in-Chief Bill Wilson talks with Canadian Pacific’s Vice President of Engineering Justin Meyer.
The September issue of RT&S features our 2021 Engineer of the Year Justin Meyer from Canadian Pacific and our 2021 Product and Innovation Showcase.
The August issue of RT&S contains a job story on the Green Line Extension project in Boston as well as product reviews of the ballast maintenance and rail welding markets.
The Senate passed a roughly $1 trillion infrastructure bill by a 69-30 count. The legislation now moves on to the House, where it could sit for months.
The top stories RT&S was covering the week ending July 23.
TriMet launched a pilot project in July to get a new view of track infrastructure and help in the assessment of maintenance needs.
No firefighting technology handy? Hire some goats!
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced critical infrastructure work coming to its 6 Avenue and 8 Avenue lines in Manhattan this summer.