Activist investor who brought change to CSX sells sizable portion of shares

By Will Robinson, Reporter, Jacksonville Business Journal; October 18, 2019 CSX Corp. (Nasdaq: CSX) has agreed to buy back 4.7…

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Although revenue fell, CSX earnings grew slightly in Q3

By Ellen Schneider, Reporter, Jacksonville Business Journal; October 17, 2019 Despite CSX Corp.’s revenue falling 5 percent in the third…

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Can precision scheduled railroading save the railroads’ third-quarter profits?

By Joanna Marsh, Freight Waves; October 10, 2019 As the third-quarter earnings season kicks off next week for the Class…

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Customers cheer regulator’s action against railroad demurrage charges

By Ellen Schneider and Will Robinson, Jacksonville Business Journal; October 8, 2019 The Surface Transportation Board is “deeply troubled” and…

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Railroad’s rusting Potomac River span facing overhaul – and maybe more

By Dan Novack, Captial News Service, The Southern Maryland Chronicle; October 6, 2019 WASHINGTON – Of the eight bridges connecting…

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Keeping Track With Rail Realignment in Wilmington, North Carolina

By Laura Moore, Greater Wilmington Business Journal; October 4, 2019 When the city set out to find a person to…

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This Boise, Idaho company says the nations 4 largest railroads violated antitrust law

By John Sowell, Idaho Statesman; October 2, 2019 The Amalgamated Sugar Co., the Boise-based company thatmakes sugar for food producers…

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Alcoa, Nova and others allege price-fixing by big U.S. railroads

By Patricia Sabatini, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; October 2, 2019 Pittsburgh-based Alcoa Corp., Nova Chemicals Inc. in Moon and several other companies…

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Hyundai and Kia file huge lawsuit against 4 biggest US railroads

By Kyle Hyatt, Road/Show By CNET; October 1, 2019 Remember in There Will Be Blood when Daniel Plainview got all…

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South Carolina Amtrak crash: Why train rammed into CSX freight cars, killing 2 and injuring 91, per National Transportation Safety Board

By Chris Woodyard, USA TODAY; September 30, 2019 A fatal Amtrak train accident in South Carolina that killed two and…

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Florida Gulf and Atlantic Railway courts small business as it takes over part of CSX rail

By Deborah Buckhalter, Jackson County Floridan; September 17, 2019 Four months ago, in a “soft” transfer that was not highly…

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Federal Railroad Administration releases draft environmental documents for Long Bridge project in Virginia

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; September 6, 2019 The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and the District of Columbia Department of Transportation…

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Opinion: Gulf Coast Passenger Rail project could hurt Port of Mobile, Alabama economic development

By Sean Ross, Yellowhammer; September 6, 2019 MONTGOMERY — A passenger rail service from Mobile to New Orleans sounds nice,…

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Canadian National Railway Announces Strategic Acquisition from CSX in the State of New York

A press release from CN; August 29, 2019: CN to acquire Massena Rail Line MONTREAL, Aug. 29, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE)…

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Alvin “Pete” Carpenter: 1942-2019: Led CSX through a pivotal time of change and onto a solid financial track

By Sandy Strickland, The Florida Times-Union; August 23, 2019 Alvin “Pete” Carpenter, who rose from railroad brakeman to the president…

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Why Trump Should Stop the Reregulation of Freight Rail

A Commentary By Stephen Moore, Rasmussen Reports; August 20, 2019 Recently, two major railroad operators, CSX and Union Pacific, reported…

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Canadian National and CSX Announce New Intermodal Service Offering

A press release from Canadian National Railway; August 8, 2019: MONTREAL, Aug. 08, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CN (TSX: CNR)…

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Kentucky: ‘Miners must be paid.’ Feds seek to bar shipment of coal from bankrupt Blackjewel.

By Bill Estep and Will Wright, Lexington Herald Leader; August 6, 2019 Federal officials have asked a judge to block…

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Washington, D.C.: MARC, VRE say on-time performance has dropped, cite increase in CSX trains as one factor

By Luz Lazo, The Washington Post; July 27, 2019 An increase in CSX freight trains operating in the Washington region…

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Florida Gulf And Atlantic Assumes Ownership of North Florida Rail Line

By Tom Flanigan, WFSU News; July 29, 2019 Tallahassee has been a railroad town almost since its founding. A new…

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CSX’s Ed Harris at American Association of Railroad Superintendents: Straight Talk on Precision Scheduled Railroading

By Jim Blaze, Contributing Editor, Railway Age Magazine; July 29, 2019 CSX Executive Vice President Operations Ed Harris addressed his…

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Fired employees bring two suits against CSX in Jacksonville, Florida

By Will Robinson, Reporter, Jacksonville Business Journal; July 26, 2019 Jacksonville-based CSX Corp. (Nasdaq: CSX) faces two new lawsuits from…

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CSX renovating Downtown Jacksonville, Florida headquarters, dispatch center

By Karen Brune Mathis, Editor, Jacksonville Daily Record; July 25, 2019 CSX Corp. is investing another $4.14 million into its…

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Massachusetts Department of Transportation: Boston-Springfield-Pittsfield passenger rail must balance speed, cost and convenience

By Jim Kinney, masslive.com; July 23, 2019 SPRINGFIELD — A commuter train trip from Springfield to Boston could take between…

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Feds award long-sought grant to help expand Baltimore’s Howard Street Tunnel but not as much as Maryland wanted

By Colin Campbell  and Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun; July 23, 2019 Maryland will receive $125 million in long-sought federal…

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