Railway Age’s Next-Gen Freight Rail 2024 Conference will celebrate the magazine’s newest class of “Fast Trackers,” 25 North American railroaders under age 40 who have made an impact in their respective fields or
Tracy Robinson, President and CEO of CN and Railway Age’s 2024 Railroader of the Year, is among the featured speakers at the Railway Age Next-Gen Freight Rail 2024 Conference. Robinson will discuss
Norfolk Southern (NS) Associate Vice President Enterprise Data & Analytics Mabby Amouie is among the featured speakers at Railway Age’s Next-Gen Freight Rail 2024 Conference. Amouie will discuss the NS/Georgia Tech Research Institution’s Digital Train
CN Vice President of Engineering and Railway Track & Structures’ 2023 Engineer of the Year Brent Laing is among the featured speakers at Railway Age’s Next-Gen Freight Rail 2024 Conference. Laing will
Union Pacific (UP) CEO Jim Vena is among the featured speakers at Railway Age’s Next-Gen Freight Rail 2024 Conference, to be held March 12, 2024 at the Union League Club of Chicago. Vena will not
RAILWAY AGE, NOVEMBER 2023 ISSUE: Technologies that leverage AI are improving the way railroads operate and maintain equipment and infrastructure.
RAILWAY AGE, AUGUST 2023 ISSUE: Railroads and suppliers share strategies and the latest tech for combatting cold climate challenges.
RAILWAY AGE AUGUST 2022 ISSUE, ANNUAL REPORT ON WINTER PREPAREDNESS: Railroads are proactive when it comes to countering winter weather effects. They work together and with suppliers to reduce risk and ensure that traffic keeps moving—safely.
RAILWAY AGE, NOVEMBER 2021 ISSUE: Suppliers are helping passenger and freight railroads drive efficiency—and a proactive maintenance approach—with remote health monitoring of wayside equipment, which is improving the way they operate and maintain infrastructure. Alstom, Hitachi Rail, Railway Equipment Company (RECO) and Siemens Mobility share how.
RAILWAY AGE, AUGUST 2020 ISSUE, ANNUAL WINTER PREPAREDNESS REPORT: Winter preparedness is essential for avoiding frozen equipment, malfunctioning cars, service delays or even suspended operations.
Fail to prepare for winter’s harsh conditions and your railroad will be running on ice—literally and figuratively. One railroad that prepares for winter’s onslaught is BNSF, which has some of the most rugged territory in North America.