Despite some network issues, Kansas City Southern saw record revenues in the third quarter that were 6% higher at $699 million from a year ago.
Author: Stuart Chirls
The math for North America railroads is simple: A surging economy plus Precision Scheduled Railroading equals record profits.
Sound Transit has appointed Tracy Butler, a longtime executive of the Seattle agency, as chief financial officer.
The Association of American Railroads announced the 2018 recipients of the Holden-Proefrock Award and the 2017 Non-Accident Release (NAR) Grand Slam Awards.
Operation Lifesaver, the national rail safety education organization, has hired Jessica Puchala as director of communications and marketing.
Commodity and intermodal rail traffic continued to finished in positive territory for the latest week, but at a much slower pace than earlier in the year.
The Class 1 carriers continue to make repairs and clean up lines a week after Hurricane Michael whipsawed the South with destructive winds and torrential rain.
A recent test is demonstrating how railroads can show yarded trains who’s “the boss” when it comes to the status of air brakes.
Amid economic and political pushback, the Trump Administration has quietly put plans to revitalize the coal industry on the back burner, according to a published report.
With rail as a central piece, the Port of New Orleans saw its development plans honored as it transforms the busiest U.S. Gulf maritime gateway.