Kansas City Southern’s 2017 sustainability report, “For the Long Haul: Delivering Prosperity, Valuing People, Protecting the Planet,” was created “to clearly communicate why our sustainability priorities are important to our business,” according to President and CEO Patrick J. Ottensmeyer.
Another month, another milestone for surging North American rail freight with one caveat – ongoing uncertainty over U.S. trade policy.
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.
Deep into a summer of simmering trade and economic issues, grain and petroleum continued to lead growing U.S. rail traffic for the week ending August 25.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and more than 350 state and local officials celebrated the opening Aug. 22 of the new Appalachian Regional Port (ARP) in Northwest Georgia.
Rail traffic in the U.S. for the week ending August 18 was 567,477 carloads and intermodal units, up 3.7% compared with the same week in 2017.
A major automotive customer of Southern California’s Port of Long Beach will redevelop its transloading marine center in a bid to improve the hub’s efficiency.
BNSF on Aug. 21 officially debuted Logistics Center Oklahoma City, the railroad’s newest logistics center. Located in Moore, Okla., within the city limits of Oklahoma City, the Center is designed to accommodate manifest and unit train customers, in addition to providing a storage site.
The Port of Everett, Wash., hosted a groundbreaking to start construction on the Port’s $36 million South Terminal Modernization project, the largest capital project in its history.
The American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) sent a letter to congressional appropriation leaders asking them to “provide adequate resources for three key federal programs that help fund multimodal port-related infrastructure in the United States.”