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CSX is the only Class I railroad named to the Carbon Performance Leadership Index (CPLI), part of the Carbon Disclosure Project’s (CDP) 2011 S&P 500 Report. The CPLI recognizes companies whose efforts have been most successful. This is the second consecutive year that CSX has been featured ...
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen National President Dennis R. Pierce announced that preparations are under way to poll members to authorize a strike in the event one becomes necessary to attain the organization’s bargaining goals. ...
The Timken Company said Thursday it has received unconditional approval from the Association of American Railroads for the Class K EcoTurn® labyrinth seal, which essentially eliminates all seal torque with its revolutionary design. ...
Lat-Lon LLC on Thursday announced it is now in full production of the Automatic Engine Start/Stop (AESS) System, an interactive, real-time locomotive system for operators to control, monitor, and remotely set start/stop rules for their engines or Auxiliary Power Units (APU). The new feature is part ...
San Diego County’s North County Transit District in California has awarded a $32 million contract to Herzog Technologies, Inc. to install Positive Train Control (PTC) for use by NCTD Coaster trains. Said NCTD PTC Program Director Jay Walser, “This agreement will allow NCTD t ...
With a focus on ridership beyond traditional “commuter” flows, MTA Metro-North Railroad has slowly built its clientele up in its 28-year history. And while it has already notched the “most riders” title for one or two months recently, it now stands poised to become the larges ...
Vigorously affirming its commitment to repair the damage to its Port Jervis Line Inflicted by Hurricane Irene last month, MTA Metro-North Railroad Thursday publicly heralded the beginning of construction work on the line in Orange County, N.Y., while unveiling limited service restorations involving ...
How will North American railroads meet the rising demand for their services that economists say lies head? ...
U.S. carload freight volume for the week ending Sept. 10, 2011 moved up 0.1% from the comparable week in 2010, while U.S. intermodal volume gained 0.6%, the Association of American Railroads reported Thursday. ...
Skanska said Thursday it has signed a contract to build the Second Avenue Subway line’s 86th Street Station in Manhattan. The project is a joint venture between Skanska and Traylor Bros. Inc., with a 70% share awarded to Skanska worth $210 million, the company said.  ...
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