Virgin Trains USA
Virgin Trains USA wants a new rail bridge Broken rail causes derailment and delays BNSF crew needs to be rescued after derailment Class 1s want lawsuit in just one court, not multiple
The city of Stuart, Fla., wants a new rail bridge. Martin County, Fla., wants a new rail bridge. That might be all federal officials need to know.
Virgin Trains USA now believes it can start construction of a 170-mile, $4.8 billion high-speed train line from Victorville, Calif., to Las Vegas as early as third quarter 2020.
Rail-highway grade crossing accidents, along with pedestrian/trespasser deaths, have been national problems almost since railroads began operating in the U.S. Although the number of deaths has dropped over the past few decades,
Virgin Trains USA (formerly Brightline) recently announced that the Hubbard Construction Company, Wharton-Smith Inc., The Middlesex Corporation, Granite and HSR Constructors will be the rail construction contractors for Phase 2 of its
Virgin Trains USA announced Jan. 30 that it is launching an Initial Public Offering (IPO) of 28,334,000 shares of common stock. The NASDAQ Global Select Market listing is expected to raise $17