U.S.: Amtrak has a new president and executive vice president, plus here’s a tip for you at the beginning of vacation season

Editor’s Note: The bulk of this article originally appeared on this platform on February 8, 2021, and has been updated…

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U.S., Illinois – Chicago Metra: Union Pacific conductor policy leads to lost revenue

By The Associated Press, The News-Gazette; August 26, 2020 CHICAGO (AP) — Metra says Union Pacific’s refusal to send conductors…

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Canada: CP Rail employees were told not to self-isolate after vacation until federal officials stepped in

By Joel Dryden, CBC News; March 21, 2020 After a week of asserting its employees should not be subject to…

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Washington Union Station Has Serious Security Vulnerabilities, Per Amtrak Inspector General Report

By Natalie Delgadillo, dcist; July 29, 2019 Washington’s Union Station and the Ivy City Yard maintenance facility continue to have…

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Rail Unions to Congress: Safety is Not Negotiable

From Staff, AJOT.com; June 19, 2019 More than 150 years after the completion of the transcontinental railroad, rail remains a…

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Fingernails too long? New York’s Metro-North’s women conductors unhappy with rule change

By Thomas C. Zambito, lohud.com; March 19, 2018 Metro-North’s female conductors sport a functional uniform tailored to a mostly male…

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