HNTB Releases New Survey: Americans Overwhelmingly Believe Public Transportation Should Receive Government Funding

A press release from HNTB Corporation; September 24, 2018: NEW YORK (PRWEB)September 24, 2018 Key findings include: Eight-six percent of…

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What other passenger carriers are doing: American Airlines going healthier with Zoes Kitchen

By Lewis Lazare, Reporter, Chicago Business Journal; September 24, 2018 American Airlines is teaming up with Zoes Kitchen, a fast-casual…

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Long Island Rail Road Double Track project completed more than a year ahead of schedule

By Mischa Wanek-Libman, Editor, RT&S Magazine; September 24, 2018 A project that added a second track along a 13-mile stretch…

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Canadian National cuts cheque to help cover cost of fighting Winnipeg, Manitoba brush fires

By The Canadian Press, The Province; September 24, 2018 WINNIPEG — Canadian National Railway says it’s sending a cheque to…

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The Daily CSX: North Carolina town sues CSX for Hurricane Florence flooding

By Will Robinson, Reporter, Jacksonville Business Journal; September 24, 2018 Citizens of Lumberton, North Carolina filed a class-action Monday suit…

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North Charleston, South Carolina rail hub gets permit, moves closer to construction

By David Wren, The Post and Courier; September 24, 2018 A rail yard where cargo boxes moving through the Port…

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Minnesota: Ramsey County still hopeful about a second daily passenger train from Chicago to the Twin Cities

By Frederick Melo, Pioneer Press; September 24, 2018 The Ramsey County Board of Commissioners remains optimistic that a second daily…

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Norfolk Southern wins appeal of Allen County, Indiana citations

By Niki Kelly, The Journal Gazette; September 24, 2018 INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Supreme Court ruled today that Allen County…

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UK: How Virgin Trains is using tech to become a customer-obsessed company

By Taylor Bragg, T_HQ; September 21, 2018 It’s been over 200 years since the first passenger train ran in the…

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It’s New Jersey Transit’s go-to excuse for canceling trains, but it’s not the whole story

By Larry Higgs, NJ.com; September 24, 2018 For NJ Transit commuters, the initials PTC might as well stand for Potential…

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