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Miner Enterprises has promoted 24-year Engineering Department employee Andrew Kries to Director of Engineering. He replaces Bob Pokorski, who is taking on a new position at Trinity Rail.

Is complying with the multitude of regulations for the transport of hazardous materials—also known as dangerous goods (DG)—truly a challenge? According to 136 shipping executives surveyed online in April 2015 by Labelmaster, a provider ...

How TTCI is investigating the effects of heavy train loads on joint bar performance.

Tools and techniques both new and old help railroads cope with weather extremes.

Since March we have been very cautious on the near-term prospects for the railroad stocks, warning investors on multiple occasions about the disappointing volume outlook for the group. These warnings have proven timely as the group has fallen 9% in 2Q 2015 and 14% year to date. Earnings expectati ...
Keolis Commuter Services has named United Airlines aircraft maintenance veteran Kenneth Trahan as Chief Mechanical Officer for its Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) commuter rail system operations a ...

For the week ending July 4, 2015 total U.S. weekly rail traffic was 506,284 carloads and intermodal units, up 1.7% compared with the same week last year, as carload traffic dipped and intermodal grew, the Association of American Railroads reported on July 8.

Just five days after a CSX train car carrying acrylonitrile derailed in Maryville, Tenn. and caught on fire, four CSX train cars carrying mixed freight derailed and flipped over in the Berry Hill neighborhood of South Nashville on the evening of July 6, 2015.

Performance monitoring devices provide railroads a targeted, educated approach to maintenance or safety issues.

In Railinc’s annual review of the North American locomotive fleet, data showed the fleet continued growing in 2014. Locomotives have long service lives, and their average and median ages both increased in 2014.

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