Weeks after federal officials called for improvements in grade-crossing safety nationwide, Indiana has stepped up with millions in state funding to help pay for life-saving projects. Gov. Eric Holcomb, along with officials
For the week of December 8, U.S. weekly rail traffic was 570,225 carloads and intermodal units, up 3.1% from the same week in 2017.
After a mostly steady climb through this year, rail freight volumes on Class I railroads are on a downgrade, and uncertainty in 2019 is looming like a blind curve in the dark.
Duos Technologies Group, the provider of intelligent security and analytical technology solutions, has pocketed a second contract from a North American Class I customer.
GM’s planned plant closings shadowed already-declining shipments of vehicles moving by rail in the U.S. despite a bounceback by commodities in the latest week’s data.
If you’re a Canadian grain shipper, there’s always a way to move more product, faster. Now, one CN customer aims to triple its grain loading speed in 2019.
The 56th annual recipient of the prestigious Railway Age Railroader of the Year Award is CN President and Chief Executive Officer Jean-Jacques “JJ” Ruest, leader of one of North America’s best-performing Class I railroads.
Amid roiling markets, weaker commodities and intermodal shipments may be signaling a correction for U.S. rail freight.
At midnight on Nov. 16, 2018, the 20-year lease of part of the 184-mile Goderich-Exeter Railway (GEXR) from CN came due, and the Class I lessor took back the lines.
A recent U.S. court decision could give an assist to a CN-designed product aimed at making transportation of crude-by-rail safer and cheaper.