U.S.: CSX CEO not concerned about increased regulation under Biden administration

By Will Brown, Reporter, Jacksonville Business Journal; November 18, 2020 Although 2020 has had plenty of challenges, CSX Corp. CEO James…

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U.S., New England: CSX Wants Pan-Am. Norfolk Southern Says ‘Not So Fast’

By William C. Vantuono, Editor-In-Chief, Railway Age Magazine; November 9, 2020 Shades of the battle between CSX and Norfolk Southern…

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U.S.: North Carolina gets federal grant to buy corridor for Raleigh-Richmond high-speed rail

By Richard Stradling, The News & Observer; September 18, 2020 RALEIGH The effort to establish high-speed passenger rail service between…

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U.S., Virginia: Long Bridge rail project between D.C. and Virginia barrels ahead

By Wyatt Gordon, Virginia Mercury, Inside NOVA; September 15, 2020 With the state budget in tatters and commuter levels at…

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U.S., Virginia/District of Columbia: Long Bridge Project Reaches Critical Milestone

A press release from the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation; September 3, 2020: ~ Completion of Environmental Planning…

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U.S., Florida: CSX releasing property in Tampa, setting stage for future transit project

By Veronica Brezina-Smith, Reporter, Tampa Bay Business Journal, Jacksonville Business Journal; September 2, 2020 Rail operator CSX plans to abandon…

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U.S. – Pan Am Railways sale: What’s in it for New Hampshire tracks?

By Michael Kitch, New Hampshire Business Review; August 28, 2020 The prospective sale of Pan Am Railways, the largest regional…

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U.S.: Solving bridge bottleneck seen as key step for Virginia’s rail renaissance

By Elizabeth McGowan, Energy News Network; August 12, 2020 Pedestrians, riders on horseback and stagecoaches flocked to the Long Bridge…

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U.S., Central Florida: SunRail pilots sensor-activated crossing signage

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; August 5, 2020 SunRail last week installed the first of 11 sensor-activated alert signs at a…

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U.S., Georgia: Sanborn Heading Back East

By William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age Magazine; July 27, 2020 Cindy Sanborn, one of the first women to hold…

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U.S.: Norfolk Southern appoints Cindy Sanborn chief operating officer; Michael Wheeler to retire

A press release from Norfolk Southern Corporation; July 27, 2020: NORFOLK, Va., July 27, 2020 – Norfolk Southern Corporation (NYSE:…

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U.S., Florida – CSX CEO: ‘The most disruptive quarter I have experienced’

By Mark Basch, Contributing Writer, Jacksonville Daily Record; July 23, 2020 Freight traffic at CSX Corp. is picking up after…

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U.S., North Carolina – Raleigh’s lost train roundhouse: Century-old footprint from steam-era hidden in downtown

By Heather Leah, Multiplatform Producer, WRAL; July 22, 2020 Raleigh, N.C. — Downtown Raleigh harbors many secrets and hidden relics…

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U.S.: Regulators say railroad talks can be included in lawsuits

By JOSH FUNK, AP Business Writer, San Antonio Express-News; July 14, 2020 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Federal regulators say the…

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U.S.: Surface Transportation Board issues decisions on demurrage and accessorial charges

By Joanna Marsh, Freight Waves; May 1, 2020 The Surface Transportation Board (STB) has made three decisions defining how the…

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U.S.: A new rail authority in Virginia could revolutionize connections for riders throughout the state

By Wyatt Gordon, Virginia Correspondent, Greater Greater Washington; March 31, 2020 From new vehicle safety measures to the possibility of…

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U.S.: Regulators issue final rule affecting fines levied by railroads, including CSX

From Jacksonville Business Journal; March 2, 2020 Ten months after a contentious hearing about fees railroads charge their customers, the…

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U.S., Florida: Hillsborough County/Tampa leaders tour Orlando’s SunRail, hoping for a train of their own

By Caitlin Johnston, Reporter, Tampa Bay Times; March 5, 2020 ORLANDO — The plan Thursday morning was for a group…

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U.S.: Number of price-fixing lawsuits filed against CSX, other railroads jumps to 266

By Ellen Schneider, Reporter, Jacksonville Business Journal; March 2, 2020 Dozens more suits accusing the nation’s largest railroads of colluding…

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U.S., Editorial: Ambitious transportation plan positions Virginia for the future

By The Virginian-Pilot & Daily Press Editorial Board, The Virginian-Pilot, Daily Press; February 06, 2020 Was this supposed to be…

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U.S., Maryland: CSX tunnel project could be completed by 2024, Baltimore port official says

By Holden Wilen, Reporter, Baltimore Business Journal; February 5, 2020 A long-awaited expansion of the Howard Street Tunnel could be…

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U.S., Alabama: Mobile hops aboard Amtrak support by endorsing Gulf Coast rail commitment

By John Sharp, AL.com; February 4, 2020 With a 6-1 vote Tuesday, the Mobile City Council hopped on board with…

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U.S., South Carolina: Man dies after fall from moving Amtrak train

From Walterboro Live; January 30, 2020 A Charleston man died after apparently jumping from a moving Amtrak train on Sunday…

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U.S.: CSX revenue drops, but railroad eyes growth in 2020

By Ellen Schneider, Reporter, Jacksonville Business Journal; January 16, 2020 Despite positives like a record-breaking operating ratio and a 1…

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