Opinion from Vancouver: Passengers, tourism, must be considered in railroad discussions

By Steve Sammut, Vancouver Sun; February 14, 2019 With the May 2018 amendments to the Canada Transportation Act, the Canadian…

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BNSF bumps up spending on expansion projects this year as intermodal business grows

By Michael Angell, Freight Waves; February 14, 2019 BNSF (NYSE: BRK.A) plans to spend the largest amount since 2015 on…

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Canadian rail rules derailed by American red tape

By: Dylan Robertson, Winnipeg Free Press; February 8, 2019 OTTAWA — Transport Canada had no clue what items American freight trains…

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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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Thief stole tools from BNSF, then got truck stuck on tracks

By Zachariah Bryan, The Herald; December 24, 2018 MONROE — Railroad tracks apparently foiled someone’s plan to make off with…

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U.S. miscalculated benefit of better train brakes, the Associated Press reports

By Matthew Brown, Associated Press, The Spokesman-Review; December 20, 2018 BILLINGS, Mont. – President Donald Trump’s administration miscalculated the potential…

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