Carolina Worrell Returns to Railway AgeWritten by William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief
Carolina Worrell has returned to the editorial staff of Railway Age after a six-year absence, rejoining as Senior Editor and working alongside Editor-in-Chief William C. Vantuono and Executive Editor Marybeth Luczak.
Worrell returns to Railway Age following three years in the marketing group at HNTB, Boston, where she worked on such projects as the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Codman Yard Expansion and Improvements and the MassDOT Office of Transportation Planning Northern Tier Passenger Rail Study. Her 15 years of journalism experience includes, in addition to Railway Age, six years at Engineering News-Record regional publications (ENR New York, ENR New England and ENR Northwest), Aviation Week, Northshore Magazine, Jazz Times and The New York Times Metropolitan Diary.
Worrell earned a B.A. in Media Studies with a focus on journalism from Hunter College, City University of New York (CUNY), with a minor in English.
“With railway journalism, as in railroading, experience counts,” said Vantuono. “Carolina’s return to the Railway Age editorial staff gives us additional strength and expertise. Our staff editors, combined with our Contributing Editors and the staff at Railway Track & Structures and International Railway Journal, are unique to the Simmons-Boardman Publishing Corp. Rail Group. We all look forward to working with her as we produce our blend of reporting, analysis and commentary to inform, educate and enlighten our global rail industry audience.”