Norfolk Southern apologized after a controversial anti-theft operation in Chicago sparked outrage in the community.
Author: Stuart Chirls
One of the oldest producers of locomotives is introducing a new approach to manufacturing as it expands its global reach.
Culminating a dozen years of planning, the City of Rochelle, Ill., broke ground on a $7 million expansion of the City of Rochelle Railroad.
A June derailment that spilled crude oil in Iowa involved older tank cars retrofitted to newer safety standards, federal investigators found.
Road & Rail Services, Inc., a provider of third party logistics, was honored with two awards from American Honda Motor Corporation of North America.
BNSF Railway will pay nearly $1 million to settle a federal lawsuit over damages to a national park following a 2011 derailment in Montana.
Trainyard Tech, LLC recently placed its CLASSMASTER™ Process Control System for hump yards in service at Norfolk Southern’s Conway Yard in Conway, Pa.
The Association of American Railroads reported the latest weekly U.S. rail traffic continued to power ahead, driven by positive economic factors and looming fears over trade.
Nathan Neblett has been named chief executive of CTC, Inc., the communications and signal systems services subsidiary of Rio Grande Pacific Corp.
A dispute between Union Pacific and contractors threatens to slow construction of California’s high speed rail line.