RT&S has been reporting on alleged price fixing by four Class I railroads – BNSF, Union Pacific, Norfolk Southern and CSX. Our most recent story can be found here and our first story
Back in December, RT&S reported that Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc., along with other shippers, accused the major U.S. railroads of price fixing, with a focus on fuel surcharges. To read that story,
41 KSHB in Kansas City is reporting that Union Pacific has severely cut operations at its Armourdale yard in Kansas City, Kan., which, according to Union officials, will result in 20-50 layoffs.
The Chicago Daily Herald is reporting that Metra, the commuter rail agency for Chicago, may need to begin operating three more of its eleven routes into the city. The three routes in
The Jacksonville Business Journal reports that Toyota Motor Sales USA, Inc. says that major U.S. railroads colluded to fix prices. Specifically, the lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of
Union Pacific recently completed Positive Train Control (PTC) implementation, activating its final track segment. The technology is now implemented on all the company’s federally mandated rail lines, including required passenger train routes.
Union Pacific yesterday announced a new Marketing and Sales organizational structure, consolidating its business groups from four to three: Bulk, Industrial and Premium. The changes are effective Jan. 1.
Valor Victoria, Iowa Northern Railway Company (IANR), Watco Companies, and Union Pacific (UNP) will launch an internationally focused intermodal service through the newly-developed Butler Intermodal Terminal in Shell Rock, Iowa, in December
Lowering tracks will help lift up the economy in the Phoenix area. That is the claim of U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao after the U.S. DOT handed Phoenix a $24 million federal
A remote-controlled derailment in Portland, Ore., still has control over commuter traffic coming to and from Swan Island. Crews are still making repairs to the bridge that carries, when healthy, six lanes