A major Canadian grain shipper announced it has received BNSF Railway site certification status at its Saskatchewan terminal.
The biggest Class I railroad announced a double-helping of good news this week, but it was aimed mostly at Wall Street.
CSX Corporation today announced that James Schwichtenberg, a recognized leader in rail safety, is joining CSX as vice president and chief safety officer.
Union Pacific (UP) has released its 2017 Building America Report, the railroad’s ninth installment of its yearly sustainability report.
The latest carload report is good news for Class I railroads, but does it indicate coming headwinds for the U.S. economy?
You think Amtrak has problems with long-distance train punctuality? VIA Rail Canada recently has been experiencing debilitating delays with the Canadian, its premier, first-class Toronto-Vancouver train, renowned for luxurious accommodations, excellent on-board service, and—oh yes—dining cars. But I’m not going to broach that subject just now.
It’s springtime, and that means record container volume is in bloom at the Port of Savannah.
CSX recognized 64 customers for their commitment to the safe transportation of hazardous materials with CSX’s annual Chemical Safety Excellence Award.
A painful case of instant replay for Canadian Pacific and two of its unions has been resolved.
Railinc Corp. has promoted Joan Smemoe to Chief Information Officer (CIO) and Vice President of Information Technology, effective June 11. She will be responsible for Railinc’s data, product development and information systems platforms.