RAILWAY AGE, FEBRUARY 2021 ISSUE: Railway Age is honoring 20 “Fast Trackers” from a pool of more than 100 strong nominations for this year’s 20 Under 40 awards program.
Author: Railway Age Staff
RAILWAY AGE, DECEMBER 2020 ISSUE COVER STORY: As one of the most difficult years in world history draws to a conclusion that at times felt like it would never come, the North American railway industry—battered and bruised but refusing to go down—looks to a new year with cautious optimism, and most important—hope.
Alan S. Boyd, the nation’s first transportation secretary, has died at 98.
Railway Age’s October 2020 issue is now available digitally. In addition to the annual Railroad Financial Desk Book and breaking news on BNSF’s Katie Farmer breaking the “glass ceiling” to become chief executive in 2021, it offers four feature stories on safety.
RAILWAY AGE, SEPTEMBER 2020 ISSUE: Whether it’s the track structure or the equipment that operates on it, there are many things that the naked eye cannot readily see. Increasingly, machine vision technology is becoming the best way to identify potential flaws before they lead to failures.
Do you know a visionary woman in the rail industry? The deadline for the fourth annual Railway Age Women in Rail awards has been extended and is fast approaching: Oct. 6. Nominate a colleague or yourself today.
CSX is expected to benefit from the latest South Carolina transportation infrastructure project aimed at moving state agriculture products to inland destinations.
Bombardier Transportation made it official, announcing it has signed a contract for 113 Multilevel III commuter rail cars with New Jersey Transit worth as much as $669 million.
The U.S. Class I railroads started the New Year in impressive fashion, as freight and intermodal traffic notched solid gains for the week ending January 5.
The Greenbrier Cos. saw earnings decline on weaker revenue after lower deliveries of new railcars in the first quarter of fiscal 2019.