New player to test Indianapolis-Chicago bus service, replacing Amtrak’s Hoosier State service

By Susan Orr, Indianapolis Business Journal; May 31, 2019 New York City-based transportation startup OurBus plans to test a daily…

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Precision Crew Scheduling: What would Hunter say?

By William C. Keppen, Jr., Railway Age Magazine; February 8, 2019 I knew Hunter Harrison when he was a Burlington Northern…

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Opinion: The railroads still belong to Hunter Harrison — even now that he’s gone

By Howard Green, Financial Post; January 24, 2019 Anyone who can furnish a resume showing they worked under four-time railroad…

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Another procession to the morgue, this time after 2 Chicago officers struck and killed by train

By Jeremy Gorner, William Lee, Madeline Buckley and Hannah Leone, Chicago Tribune; December 18, 2018 A long procession of police…

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Ontario’s Goderich-Exeter Railway leased segment reverts to Canadian National

By Stephen C. Host, Railway Age Magazine; November 20, 2018 At midnight on Nov. 16, 2018, the 20-year lease of…

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New York & Atlantic Railway: focusing on industrial development on Long Island

November 5, 2018 Here’s a railroad that is telling the story of its great strengths to the audience groups who…

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Yankee Leisure Group Expands Operations to Sydney

By Newsdesk, Travel Agent Magazine; October 5, 2018 Yankee Leisure Group (YLG) has announced the opening of its new office…

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How the Washington & Old Dominion railroad created Northern Virginia’s suburbs

By Gregg Otten, Guest Contributor, Greater Greater Washington; October 3, 2018 Today, the Washington & Old Dominion (W&OD) is a…

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Student designing maps aimed at making it easier to travel across British Columbia without a car

By Andrew Kurjata, CBC News; September 28, 2018 An education student at the University of Victoria has channeled his “passion…

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What other passenger carriers are doing: THAI Smile lifts standard of in-flight service

Editor’s Note: This is another story in an ongoing series about managing food service operations and passenger expectations. – Corridorrail.com…

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What other passengers are doing: JetBlue Brings EatUp® Café Fresh Food to More Latin America and Caribbean Routes

Editor’s Note: This is another story in an ongoing series about managing food service operations and passenger expectations. – Corridorrail.com…

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What other passenger carriers are doing: Emirates expands on inflight entertainment, launches food and wine channel

Editor’s Note: This is another story in an ongoing series about managing food servcie operations and passenger expectations. – Corridorrail.com…

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What other passenger carriers are doing: Deluxe wine and food on the water

Editor’s Note: This is another story in an ongoing series about what other common carrier passenger operators are doing about…

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What other passenger carriers are doing: Celebrity Cruises unveils revolutionary ship Edge

Editor’s Note: This is another story in an ongoing series about what other common carrier passenger operators are doing about…

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United Airlines changes up cheeseburger for third time

Editor’s Note: Yes, this is a story about a legacy airline and the food it serves to its passengers. Why…

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The Daily CSX: CSX Announces Senior Executive Changes

A press release from CSX Corporation; July 9, 2018: JACKSONVILLE, Fla., July 09, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CSX Corporation (NASDAQ:CSX)…

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New York City: Penguin Random House Donates Books to Save the Children as Part of “Grand Central Reads”

From Save The Children; July 3, 2018 New York (July 3, 2018) – Penguin Random House has launched a limited-time…

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Despite New CTrail Commuter Line, Rail Upgrades Lag North Of Hartford, Connecticut

By Rebecca Lurye, Reporter, Hartford Courant; June 12, 2018 While the new Hartford Line will roll through several modern train…

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VIA Rail Canada Launches the VIA40 Contest: Forge the Future From the Past

A press release from VIA Rail Canada; May 17, 2018: MONTRÉAL, May 17, 2018 /CNW Telbec/ – VIA Rail Canada (VIA Rail)…

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Amtrak Pacific Surfliner Offers Spring Savings for Train Travel to Top Coastal Destinations in California

A press release from Amtrak Pacific Surfliners; April 11, 2018: Enjoy half-price companion fares on travel to Ventura, Santa Barbara…

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The World’s Greatest Travel System has many children in today’s travel world

The Canadian Pacific Railway Company, in the early days, was the privately owned railroad company in Canada which built Canada’s…

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Canada: Indigenous tourism is relatively untouched, but the potential is vast

By Joseph Quesnel, Frontier Centre for Public Policy, Troy Media; November 28, 2017 Many years ago, I learned an important…

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Stobe the Hobo, the internet’s most famous train-hopper, dead after apparent accident

By Josh Katzowitz, The Daily Dot; November 17, 2017 James Stobie was the most famous train-hopping hobo on the internet.…

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New Orlando airport garage opens, first anchor to future All Aboard Florida Brightlineterminal

By Scott Powers, Florida Politics; November 16, 2017 A new parking garage with 1,600 spaces opens just after midnight early…

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German long distance bus company Flixbus has U.S. expansion plans

By Adam Luehrs, GET.com; November 15, 2017 FlixBus, a German-based long distance bus carrier, has announced its intention to begin…

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