Railroad Software

Pictured are Cando Superintendent Chris Greenaway and Assistant Superintendent Colin Love with Caltrax employees Damen Duczek, MRU Lead, and Kevin Gage, Vac Truck Operator and MRU Technician in the field, at Cando Sturgeon Terminal. (Caption and Photograph Courtesy of Cando Rail and Caltrax)
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Supply Side: Cando/Caltrax; Duos; Railroad Software; Siemens Mobility

Cando Rail & Terminals and Caltrax team to provide railcar cleaning and repair on-site in Alberta, Canada. Also, Duos Technologies installs its 13th Railcar Inspection Portal; Railroad Software earns a spot on the Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing U.S. private companies; and Siemens Mobility achieves the highest ranking in the EcoVadis Sustainability Rating 2023.

Melissa Boyles (left) and Mike Pal (center), Valley Metro; Tony Giamboy, Railroad Software.

People News: Valley Metro, Railroad Software

Valley Metro of Phoenix, Ariz., appoints Melissa Boyles as Chief of Staff and Mike Pal as Chief Transportation Officer. Also, Railroad Software hires Tony Giamboy as Director of Product Engineering.

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People News: Railroad Software, Savage, HDR, WSP

Railroad Software hired a short line railroad veteran as Vice President of Business Development. In addition, a former Mexican Ambassador to the United States joined the Savage Board of Directors; HDR made two executive appointments; and WSP USA named a National Transit and Rail Deputy Market Sector Leader.

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RAILWAY AGE, SEPTEMBER 2021 ISSUE: Workforce management is evolving from paper-based record-keeping to cloud-based applications that improve efficiency and transparency.

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Lucky 7: Railroad Software Celebrates Anniversary

Founded in 2012 with the goal of making software available and affordable to every rail yard and railroad in the world regardless of their size or technical capabilities, Railroad Software celebrated its seventh anniversary on Friday, Nov. 1.

FRA certifies TrackAsset software

The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has approved Railroad Software’s TrackAsset application for electronic capture of signal inspections, as outlined in FRA 49 CFR §§ 234.273 and 236.110. TrackAsset “provides visibility for signal maintainers and maintenance-of-way employees to easily track upcoming inspections and generate work orders to complete them,” the company says.