Watch: TriMet experimenting with drone for rail infrastructure inspections

TriMet launched a pilot project in July to get a new view of track infrastructure and help in the assessment of maintenance needs.

Fancy technology for preventing wildfires? None needed here!

No firefighting technology handy? Hire some goats!

MTA ready for major track renewal project

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) announced critical infrastructure work coming to its 6 Avenue and 8 Avenue lines in Manhattan this summer.

Less than THREE days to nominate for RT&S’s first-ever Women in Railroad Engineering

Railway Track & Structures presents its first-ever Women in Railroad Engineering awards in which the magazine will profile 10 individuals who have made an impact in their respective fields and within their company.

Norfolk Southern: ‘Technology is at the center of our strategy’

Technology points the way to the future among Class 1 railroads.

Senceive acquired by Eddyfi/NDT

Two technology companies have announced their intention to merge.

MTA’s next-generation signaling system is no match for COVID-19; delays push back completion dates

One day when the world is ready to get closer, Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) trains will be, too.

Rail Group On Air: Shift5 with Josh Lospinoso, Michael Weigand, and Gil Lamphere

Shift5’s mission is to make the world’s fleets smarter and safer. Shift5 is a product company that deploys hardware and software onto civilian and military platforms—from rail and aircraft to maritime, space, and weapons systems.

Rail Group On Air: Deuta America and safety human interfaces for train control

PTC has made much progress at reducing railroad operational risks, but optimizing safety and efficiency never stops.

RT&S unveils first-ever 10 under 40 list honoring young engineers in the Maintenance of Way sector

Railway Track & Structures magazine has formed its inaugural 10 under 40 list honoring young engineers.