RailPros announced April 25 the appointment of Marco Loureiro as Chief Operating Officer (COO), based in the company’s corporate headquarters.
Author: Kyra Senese
ENSCO Inc., a provider of railway track inspection and measurement technology, has announced that the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has awarded the company a new five-year contract to carry out its Automated Track Inspection Program (ATIP).
Approximately 70 maintenance of way employees from Genesee & Wyoming (G&W) Railroad Engineering Services voted April 13 to join the Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employes Division (BMWED). The new members are the first of G&W’s mobile gangs to join the Brotherhood.
The Transportation Safety Board (TSB) of Canada has released its investigative report (R20W0102) regarding the 2020 derailment of a Canadian Pacific (CP) freight train near Ignace, Ontario.
After hitting speeds of 130 mph, Brightline is officially the fastest train in Florida and the Southeastern U.S.
With the release of investigation documents surrounding a 2019 accident in which a GO Transit train struck two people at a public crossing in Ontario, officials from the Transportation Safety Board of Canada are expressing concerns about the safety oversight of provincially regulated railways.
The Middlesex County Improvement Authority has unveiled the initial concept design for the North Brunswick Train Station project, which would add a new station to the Northeast Corridor Line.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) welcomed President Joe Biden Jan. 31 to the Long Island Rail Road West Side Yard at Hudson Yards.
President Joe Biden traveled to Baltimore, Md., on Jan. 30 to join Amtrak, U.S. Department of Transportation and the state of Maryland to kick off the Baltimore and Potomac (B&P) Tunnel replacement
A first-of-its-kind agreement struck Jan. 9 by the heads of the transit systems in Chicago and Philadelphia is intended to make it simpler for minority-owned companies to do business with both systems.