TNW Corp., a Dallas, Tex.-based operator of short lines and logistics centers, has named Dave Hunter Vice President of Finance.
Richardson Pioneer Limited has begun construction on a nearly $50 million high-throughput grain elevator in Carmichael, Saskatchewan, to be served by Canadian Pacific.
Kansas City Southern has asked the Surface Transportation Board to reject Canadian Pacific’s petition for expedited declaratory relief, which KCS claims would assist CP in preparing a “hostile” control application.
Anne Canby is stepping down from the OneRail Coalition, after leading the organization since its launch in 2009.
Terminal and logistics firm Enstructure has entered a definitive agreement to acquire the Patriot Port Holdings LLC division of Patriot Rail & Ports; the deal is said to allow Patriot to focus on growing its core rail business.
Union Pacific has designed UP No. 1979 to pay tribute to its nine Employee Resource Groups (ERG) supporting diversity and inclusion.
Lancaster & Chester Railroad (L&C) will serve E. & J. Gallo Winery’s first East Coast production and distribution facility, which will be built in Chester County, S.C.
CN and Kansas City Southern (KCS) have reported receiving an additional 100 letters in support of their proposed merger, bringing the total to more than 1,500.
Is this New Orleans-to-Mobile Amtrak commuter-like train proposal “a rather complex story,” like the meaning behind the lyrics of the 1974 Lynyrd Skynyrd hit, Sweet Home Alabama?
The Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation has passed its five-year surface transportation bill authorizing $78 billion for rail, freight, safety and research programs; it is a bipartisan measure supported by the Association of American Railroads (AAR) and the American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA).