A spotlight on Latinx experiences in the railroad industry.
Author: Union Pacific
Union Pacific’s (UP) Big Boy No. 4014 locomotive may be forever tied to Earth, but one astronaut believes the famed steam engine shares a lot in common with mankind’s drive to explore the heavens.
It takes a lot of digging and research to find a time when someone from Jeff Maxfield’s family wasn’t working for the railroad. In fact, the Union Pacific (UP) Manager-Field Operations Support’s family collectively boasts more than 400 years of railroad service throughout five generations.
Michael Soriano, Manager-Safety Field Operations, isn’t the first Union Pacific (UP) railroader in his family, and he likely won’t be the last—so day-in and day-out, he does his best to ensure every
When Southwest Texas Junior College’s (SWTJC) Diesel Technology Program in Eagle Pass had to turn away some students due to a lack of space and resources, Union Pacific (UP) stepped in.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, Union Pacific (UP) shares the stories of five women who have made their mark in the transportation industry.
Union Pacific (UP) is utilizing technology and mobilizing its workforce to reduce fuel consumption and its carbon footprint.
The first time a truck-driving student at Lone Star College in Houston, Tex., encounters a railroad crossing will be on a training course—not a public highway.
If you’re like most consumers, you probably don’t visualize that gaming console or gym equipment you purchased last night on your cell phone as traveling on a Union Pacific (UP) train en route to your porch.
Handheld mobile devices equipped with DigiCrew are making their way into the hands of Union Pacific (UP) conductors and locomotive engineers, boosting efficiency.