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Chicago’s Metra and its railroad partners announced plans to begin $216 million worth of infrastructure investments in 2017.

The Port of Corpus Christi has cancelled plans to build a new container terminal that would have included on-dock rail service.

The California High-Speed Rail Authority has qualified five groups from Europe and Asia to bid for its “early train operator” tender.

President Trump on April 7 nominated Derek Kan as Under Secretary of Transportation for Policy at the U.S. DOT.

Spring is here for most of North America, and the Short Line Safety Institute announced the second in a series of Safety Tips aimed at short line and regional railroads.

The American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association announced the creation of a Short Line Education Fund to address industry training, promote short lines, and build a storehouse of research and information.

With advertising that proclaims “Let’s Go Places,” Toyota wouldn’t be able to live up to its slogan were it not for BNSF Railway’s high-quality performance, moving motor vehicles produced by one of the world’s largest manufacturers from factory to distribution center.

Canadian National Railway recognized 32 of its customers for their sustainability practices that are aligned with the objectives of the CN EcoConnexions program.

Wabtec Corp. has acquired Thermal Transfer Corp., a supplier of industrial heat exchangers.

Amtrak knew of track problems before a New Jersey Transit commuter train derailed at New York’s Penn Station on Monday, April 3, turning the hub into a four-day quagmire of cancellations and delays for thousands of commuters.

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