‘Time for Canadian Feds to re-fund the passenger train’, says coalition

By Staff, SooToday.com; October 30, 2018 NEWS RELEASE COALITION FOR ALGOMA PASSENGER TRAINS It’s been three long years now since…

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New Jersey Transit commuters stuck on ‘Hell’ train amid reports of fights, sick passengers

By Thomas Tracy, New York Daily News; October 30, 2018 Some 1,500 NJ Transit commuters found themselves on a horror…

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Toledo Metropolitan Area Council of Governments will consider studying rail line between Toledo, Detroit

By David Patch, The Toledo Blade; October 30, 2018 Inspired in part by an analysis recently conducted of potential passenger-train…

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Texas Central, Renfe sign bullet-train operator pact

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; October 31, 2018 Yesterday in Madrid, Texas Central Railway and Renfe officials signed an agreement that…

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Asia: Kawasaki Heavy weighs exit from money-losing train business

By MASASHI ISAWA, Nikkei staff writer, Nikkei Asian Review; October 31, 2018 TOKYO — Kawasaki Heavy Industries plans to restructure rolling-stock operations…

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Amtrak thrives in Roanoke, Virginia one year after return of passenger rail service

By Jessica Jewell, Weekend Anchor/Reporter, WSLS 10 News NBC; October 30, 2018 ROANOKE, Va. – Amtrak continues thriving in the…

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Texas Bullet Train named top North American infrastructure project

By Bill Hethcock, Staff Writer, Dallas Business Journal; October 30, 2018 The proposed Texas Bullet Train has been named one…

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Amtrak reveals next steps in Chicago Union Station development

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; October 30, 2018 Amtrak, Union Station Redevelopment Partners and Chicago city officials on Sunday announced the…

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Boston: South Station tower may be on track

By Sean Philip Cotter, Boston Herald; October 30, 2018 Maybe — just maybe — the long-discussed South Station tower will…

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