Rail freight continues to benefit from tight trucking capacity as spot market demand for highway haulage exploded this month.
The Association of American Railroads released a white paper highlighting technology’s role in making the U.S. rail network more efficient, reliable, and safer.
Western Canada is the latest location for development of an inland terminal as a strategic move to improve the supply chain to and from coastal facilities.
The Association of American Railroads is offering an up-close view of technology as seen through a railroad lens.
As the economy goes, so go the railroads, and the latest weekly data show an improving picture for carload commodities.
CN is buying 350 new centerbeam cars, the latest move to address service issues across its North American network.
Freight traffic among U.S. railroads in April was 3.3% higher than the same month a year ago, according to the Association of American Railroads.
CN plans to increase capital spending to increase capacity after delivering disappointing financial results in the first quarter.
CN announced it would acquire 350 boxcars to meet growing demand among industrial customers across its North American network.
Intermodal shipments and motor vehicle volumes regained some of their luster among U.S. Class 1 railroads in the latest weekly carload data.