R.J. Corman

From Left to Right: R.J. Corman Railroad Services VP Mark Boyle; Dan Blair, Executive Director of TriMet's Transit Systems and Asset Support Division; and John Weston, Executive Director of TriMet's Maintenance Operations.
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People News: Michael Baker International, R.J. Corman, TriMet, CABT, NS

Michael Baker International strengthens its Rail and Transit team. Also, R.J. Corman Railroad Services Vice President Mark Boyle is appointed to the Railway Engineering-Maintenance Suppliers Association (REMSA); TriMet names two new members to its executive leadership team; Emily DeLuca is named as the Coalition Against Bigger Trucks’ (CABT) new Director of Advocacy; and Norfolk Southern (NS) announces leadership changes within its Marketing division.

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R.J. Corman Earns Two NRC Awards

The National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association (NRC) has recognized R.J. Corman Railroad Services with a 2023 Small Project of the Year Award for track construction at MxV Rail’s Facility for Accelerated

Team members of R. J. Corman Railroad Services Emergency. From left to right, Rob Ralcewicz, Austin Singer, Greg Feasel, Rodney Clayton, Austin Clayton, Mike Hahn, David Fields, Mike Buchanan, Colin Hill, and Tim Koon.

R.J. Corman Opens New Emergency Division in Maine

R.J. Corman Railroad Services, LLC, a subsidiary of R.J. Corman Railroad Group, LLC, has announced the establishment of a new Emergency Response Division in Waterville, Maine, which as of May 1, will provide support to customers in the Northeast region of the U.S., including Maine and surrounding states, the company reported on May 4.

The RFCC will serve customers in Wake, Harnett and Cumberland counties.

R.J. Corman to Launch RFCC

With the purchase of a 43-mile railroad branch and the leasing of a 20-mile branch from Norfolk Southern (NS), R.J. Corman Railroad Company is launching the Raleigh and Fayetteville Railroad, LLC (RFCC), its 19th short line.

Part of the R.J. Corman team that helped install the new highway/rail grade crossing signals for Safety City, a safety program for second-graders run by the Lexington, Ky., Police Department. From left to right: R.J. Corman Signaling AVP of Engineering Signaling Rocky Metz; R.J. Corman Signaling General Manager Rich Barsalona; R.J. Corman Signaling Senior Systems Engineer Matthew Hamlin; R.J. Corman Railroad Services Signal Specialist Jared Lundy; R.J. Corman Railroad Services Signal Specialist Travis Lundy; R.J. Corman Railroad Services AVP of Signal Construction Larry Yeager; and R.J. Corman Railroad Services Signal Construction Ryan Hale. (Caption and Photograph Courtesy of R.J. Corman)

R.J. Corman Delivers to ‘Safety City’

R.J. Corman Signaling has donated two new highway-rail grade crossing signals to Safety City, the Lexington (Ky.) Police Department’s program to educate second-graders on traffic, pedestrian, bicycle, seatbelt and firearm safety.