Three companies and what they said about precision railroading in their earnings calls

By John Kingston, Freight Waves; January 22, 2019 Three sides of the move to precision railroading (PSR) were on display…

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‘A total mess’: Railways ration space as congestion worsens, leaving commodity companies in the lurch

By Rod Nickel, Reuters, Financial Post; January 21, 2019 WINNIPEG — Canada’s two major railways are rationing space on trains…

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The Daily CSX: Deal falls through between CSX, RailUSA on Panhandle tracks

By TaMaryn Waters, Tallahassee Democrat; January 18, 2019 The sale of the Florida Panhandle train route from CSX to RailUSA, slated to…

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Kansas City Southern joins the move to precision railroading and now it’s almost unanimous

By John Kingston, Freight Waves; January 18, 2019 Kansas City Southern (NYSE: KCS) is going down the precision railroading track.…

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Frank Wilner Opinion: Surface Transportation Board waiting too long for Godot

By Frank N. Wilner, Capitol Hill Contributing Editor, Railway Age Magazine; January 17, 2019 Watching Washington, January 2019: Prominently on…

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Canadian Transportation Agency to investigate possible freight rail problems in Vancouver

By The Canadian Press, CTV News; January 14, 2019 GATINEAU, Que. — The Canadian Transportation Agency will investigate possible problems…

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Video Interview: 2019 Railway Age Magazine Railroader of the Year – Jean-Jacques ‘JJ’ Ruest, Canadian National

By William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age Magazine; January 11, 2019 CN President and CEO Jean-Jacques “JJ” Ruest, Railway Age’s…

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The Daily CSX – CSX talks draw big Massachusetts crowd: Negotiations between Middleboro officials and MBTA give hope for end to controversy

By Daniel Schemer, Contributing Writer, South Coast Today; January 10, 2019 MIDDLEBORO — Representatives from the state Department of Transportation…

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