Fixing Chicago’s freight rail congestion

By Katie Pyzyk, Smart Cities Dive; November 12, 2018 As goods and raw materials make their way to all parts…

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Canadian Pacific, Precision Scheduled Railroading and the post-Hunter Harrison era — analysis by Tony Hatch

By Tony Hatch, Progressive Railroading Magazine; November 2018 On Oct. 4, Canadian Pacific held its first Investor Day in the…

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Alberta: Uncontrolled 80-car Canadian Pacific train rolls a quarter kilometre through Calgary’s inner city

From CBC News; November 8, 2018 The Transportation Safety Board is investigating after a 1.5-kilometre-long freight train rolled away uncontrolled…

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Introduction to precision railroading, part 3: where do we go from here?

By Brian Bowers, Contributor, Freight Waves; November 5, 2018 Last week we began exploration of the definition of precision railroading…

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Introduction to precision railroading, Part 2: Parsing the developments in recent earnings

By Brian Bowers, Contributor, Freight Waves; October 29, 2018 It has been an interesting week. I have been encouraged by…

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VIA Rail Canada at 40: Four decades of cuts, heartbreak and lost opportunities

By Staff, Bay Today; October 28, 2018 Forty years ago Monday, VIA Rail Canada was born as an operating railway…

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Cowen on Canadian Pacific: ‘No skepticism in a post-Hunter world’

By William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age Magazine; October 9, 2018 “We have no skepticism in Canadian Pacific’s post-Hunter world,…

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