Maintaining properly packed and profiled ballast is a continuous and complex process that keeps railroads in top shape. Lack of proper attention to ballast quantity, quality, and drainage can result in disastrous derailments.
Explore different methodologies for facing these challenges: Join Railway Track & Structures on December 7 for our annual virtual conference on ballast maintenance.
This free virtual event will focus on best practices for your regular and long-term maintenance plans. We will will also discuss the latest in ballast research, as well as new technologies that help determine exactly where and how much ballast should be used on the mainline.
Login to the live broadcast for the chance to ask presenters your own questions.
Top Reasons to Attend
- Gain knowledge on how different operations address ballast maintenance every year.
- Discover the latest research in improving the distribution, function, and longevity of ballast.
- Stay up-to-date on new technologies that improve efficiency and overall safety.
- Ask the experts questions and benefit from their first-hand experience.
Brad KerchofSr. Track Engineer, Advanced Rail Management; Dir. Research & Tests, Norfolk Southern (ret.)
David LesterEditor-in-Chief, RT&S
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