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Maestri and Martínez assume new responsibilities at NS; Wimbush retires
As part of Norfolk Southern’s ongoing program of executive development and in support of its efforts to reduce its environmental footprint and expand its market opportunities, Bruno Maestri and Robert…
KCS reports flat first quarter
A 1% decrease in overall revenue combined with a 1% increase in carload volume compared to the prior-year period produced relatively flat first-quarter 2015 financial results for Kansas City Southern’s…
CP reports record operating ratio, earnings
Building upon the momentum established when E. Hunter Harrison, Railway Age’s2015 Railroader of the Year, was appointed CEO, Canadian Pacific Railway posted the lowest first-quarter operating ratio in the company’s…
Ice, Squires among NARS headliners
Two Class I railroad presidents, BNSF’s Carl Ice and Norfolk Southern’s James Squires, will keynote the May 27 and May 28 sessions, respectively, of the North American Rail Shippers (NARS)…
FRA, PHMSA pile on the paperwork
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) on April 17, 2015 issued what they describe as “a package of targeted actions that will address…
CN posts a strong first quarter
Taking full advantage of strong demand for its services and benefitting from a milder winter than last year’s deep freeze, CN posted strong first-quarter 2015 financials.
STB issues Tongue River Railroad Draft EIS
The Surface Transportation Board’s (STB) Office of Environmental Analysis (OEA) has issued a Draft Environmental Impact Statement (Draft EIS) for public review and comment of Tongue River Railroad Company’s (TRRC)…
CN locomotive engineers ratify new labor agreement
Canadian National Railroad Company (CN) locomotive engineers, represented by the Teamsters Canada Rail Conference (TCRC) union, have established a new collective agreement with the company, CN announced on April 16,…
Freight traffic stays relatively flat
According to figures reported by the Association of American Railroads for the week ending April 11, 2015, freight rail traffic remained relatively flat.
CN earmarks C$500 million for Western Canada
CN has embarked on a C$500 million multi-year capital investment program for infrastructure improvements to its Western Canada feeder rail lines in Alberta, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
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