RT&S Editor-in-Chief talks with new Railway Tie Association Executive Director Ashley Goodin about the current and future situation of the crosstie market. Listen to more podcasts.
Crosslinx Transit Solutions (CTS) wants some credit for working through a pandemic. An acknowledgement of cost overruns would be nice, too. CTS, which is building the Eglinton Crosstown project in Toronto, is
September 21 is the last day the public in Lafayette County, Ark., can comment on a proposed bridge project by Union Pacific. The Class 1 railroad company is looking to replace Bridge
NARSTCO, North America’s leading manufacturer of steel ties and turnout sets, marked a major safety milestone, successfully completing 1-million-manhours without an OSHA recordable injury at its Texas facilities. At its Midlothian and
Canadian National has announced it will make a strong rail infrastructure investment in British Columbia for the remainder of 2021. The $324.94 million investment includes the addition of rail tracks so the
Georgia state senators overwhelmingly passed a bill that will prohibit energy plants in Franklin and Madison counties from burning railroad crossties. After the 48-0 passing the measure was sent to Gov. Brian
Construction on Maryland’s Purple Line is no longer under a “stop-in-place” order. Lawsuits forced work to be put on pause, but on April 13 a federal judge dismissed the third and final
Public pressure is fueling a bill in the Georgia state Senate that would ban the burning of chemically treated railroad ties at two plants located in the northern end of the state.
Devin Plantamura, P.E., has joined Hardesty & Hanover as Senior Track Manager in the design firm’s Rail Group. Plantamura will be leading the Track Design Department supporting both the Passenger Rail and
Harsco Rail unveiled the TX16 Production/Switch Tamper at Railway Interchange 2019 in Minneapolis.