RAILWAY AGE MAY 2021 ISSUE: The Railinc Locomotive Review for 2021 finds that fleet size is down a little as age sees a slight uptick, but brand-new units remain scarce.
Norfolk Southern (NS) has issued $500 million of green bonds to fund its sustainable business initiatives.
Canadian Pacific has selected Switzerland-based Leclanché SA to supply lithium-ion batteries and energy management software for its HCF (hydrogen fuel cell) road locomotive pilot program. Leclanché’s proprietary technology will be be integrated with the locomotive’s fuel cell modules.
RAILWAY AGE MAY 2021 ISSUE: The mantra of these railroaders: Making a difference. They’re not only helping to shape the industry, but also tomorrow’s leaders.
FINANCIAL EDGE, RAILWAY AGE MAY 2021 ISSUE: The scuffle between CP and CN to acquire Kansas City Southern requires comment. In the 2021 Railroad Financial Desk Book, it was noted that KCS’s
The Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) has approved Kansas City Southern’s (KCS) greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions reduction targets that align with the Paris Agreement.
The May 2021 issue of Railway Age is available digitally, covering topics from carbon neutrality and cybersecurity to the rebirth of streetcars, and showcasing the honorees of our second-annual Readers’ Influential Leaders poll.
The Transportation Technology Center, Inc., (TTCI) has appointed Karen Carriere as Executive Director of Technical Services; Reading & Northern (RBMN) welcomes back Jim Raffa, who will be charged with market development.
Union Pacific (UP) has released an annual report on environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives, outlining its new strategy, “Building a Sustainable Future 2030.”
Wabtec Corp. reported a “strong operational quarter” and a position of “profitable long-term growth,” due to continued signs of industry recovery, a modestly growing backlog, and its order pipeline.