The Daily CSX: Regulator to hold hearing on customer fees common at CSX

By Will Robinson, Reporter, Jacksonville Business Journal; March 21, 2019 The Surface Transportation Board, a federal regulator, announced Wednesday that…

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Teenager hit by train gets no relief in appeal to 7th Circuit Court

By Marilyn Odendahl, The Indiana Lawyer; March 19, 2019 A 17-year-old who was found to be more than 50 percent…

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Amtrak: Host railroads earn ‘C’ average for on-time performance

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; March 11, 2019 Canadian Pacific was the only Class I to receive an “A” for hosting…

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Virginia’s public rail strategy calls for funding private rail fixes

By Michael Laris, The Washington Post, LMTOnline.com; March 2, 2019 The addition of a new Amtrak train from Norfolk, Virginia,…

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania challenges Norfolk Southern’s plans to add new route for double-stacked rail cars

By Ed Blazina, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; February 21, 2019 Pittsburgh is intervening to challenge Norfolk Southern’s plans to alter three North…

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Norfolk Southern announces strategic plan targeting a 60 percent operating ratio at Investor and Financial Analyst Conference

A press release from Norfolk Southern Corporation; February 11, 2019: NORFOLK, Va., Feb. 11, 2019 – Norfolk Southern Corporation (NYSE:…

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Port Authority bills Norfolk Southern $3 million and questions safety of double-stacked rail cars

By Ed Blazina, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; February 5, 2019 Port Authority has joined North Side residents, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation…

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Virginia transportation body intrigued by trucks-to-rail concept for Interstate 81

By Jeff Sturgeon, The Roanoke Times; January 24, 2019 A trucks-to-rail strategy to unsnarl Interstate 81 in Virginia fascinated several…

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Opinion: The railroads still belong to Hunter Harrison — even now that he’s gone

By Howard Green, Financial Post; January 24, 2019 Anyone who can furnish a resume showing they worked under four-time railroad…

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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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Norfolk Southern facilitated over $1.5 billion in industrial development in 2018

A press release from Norfolk Southern Corporation; January 10, 2019: NORFOLK, Va., Jan. 10, 2019 – Norfolk Southern generated more…

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Too fat to work for Norfolk Southern? Man sues railroad over rescinded job offer.

By Scott Daugherty, The Virginian-Pilot; December 28, 2018 With a job offer in hand earlier this year, Matthew Sturgill thought…

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Expanding Washington’s Long Bridge is key to region’s growing rail needs, officials say

By Luz Laso, The Washington Post; December 22, 2018 For more than a century, the Long Bridge has carried freight…

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Norfolk Southern sues Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania over costs of 2016 landslides

By Bob Bauder, Trib Live; December 20, 2018 Norfolk Southern Railroad sued Pittsburgh, seeking more than $1.1 million in damages…

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Norfolk Southern will pay back Virginia, City of Norfolk for millions in incentives it received

By Kimberly Pierceall, Staff Writer, The Virginian-Pilot; December 20, 2018 NORFOLK Norfolk Southern says it will pay back the state…

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Virginia: Norfolk Southern delay sidetracks New River Valley’s Amtrak plan

By Yann Ranaivoyann, The Roanoke Times; December 9, 2018 CHRISTIANSBURG — A $350,000 study that intends to determine what improvements…

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Virginia, Norfolk may seek up to $4 million refund over broken promise as Norfolk Southern move to Atlanta advances

By Robert McCabe, Staff Writer, The Virginian-Pilot; December 6, 2018 NORFOLK Norfolk Southern Corp.’s plans to move its headquarters to…

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Opinion: How Amtrak’s Grinch couldn’t steal Christmas

By Don Phillips, Railway Age Magazine; November 26, 2018 Many people probably thought that when Amtrak President and CEO Richard…

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Why Some Kids Might Get Their Presents Late This Christmas

By Matthew Buck, Washington Monthly; November 23, 2018 This holiday season, Americans are expected to spend a record $720 billion…

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After Amtrak backed out in New York State, Toys For Tots announces new toy delivery plans

By Kassie Parisi, The Daily Gazette; November 21, 2018 CAPITAL REGION — A conglomeration of businesses and organizations have come…

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