Another month, another milestone for surging North American rail freight with one caveat – ongoing uncertainty over U.S. trade policy.
Author: Stuart Chirls
Canadian Pacific Railway will provide service for a new, mammoth grain terminal in Alberta province.
Union Pacific will service a newly-opened crude oil transloading facility in west Texas.
OmniTRAX has sold northern Canada’s Hudson Bay Railway to a group that will repair the flood-damaged railroad.
A sweeping reorganization has been implemented at Baltimore’s Metro subway and light rail ahead of nearly $1 billion in system improvements.
The Port of Los Angeles and BNSF Railway will comply with a court order that could get development of a major intermodal transfer project moving again.
Forty-eight hours. Seventeen miles. Two curves. It all added up to a major first for R. J. Corman Railroad Services.
Short lines Chicago Rail Link and Illinois Railway recently received federal grants to aid in the deployment of Positive Train Control technology.
Some of the world’s largest retailers, manufacturers, and energy companies were among 40 CN customers and supply chain partners honored for superior sustainability practices.
The government of Canada will invest C$3.3 million ($2.56 million) in 18 projects in the province of Alberta aimed at improving rail safety. The funds are part of Transport Canada’s Rail Safety