Amtrak Office of Inspector General says railroad can cut up to $6.4 million in costs

By Kyra Senese, Managing Editor, RT&S Magazine; November 13, 2018 Amtrak’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) audit, released Nov. 9,…

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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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Amtrak video goes behind scenes of Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station restoration

By Michael Tanenbaum, Staff, Philly Voice; November 9, 2018 Anyone who’s spent much time in or around 30th Street Station…

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Citing PTC costs, Virginia Railway Express eyes fare increase

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; November 8, 2018 The Virginia Railway Express (VRE) is considering raising fares by 3 percent in…

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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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New York & Atlantic crew to be honored for saving woman’s life

By Stuart Chirls, Senior Editor, Railway Age Magazine; November 8, 2018 Three employees of the New York & Atlantic Railway will…

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New York State comptroller: Long Island Rail Road ‘not always in compliance’ during records check

By Alfonso A. Castillo, Newsday; November 7, 2018 A state audit found several problems with the LIRR’s maintenance of black…

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Amtrak’s Problems Actually Extend Much Further Than Recent String of Accidents

By Sarah Skootsky, Observer.com; November 2, 2018 The past few days have been rough for Amtrak. On Thursday morning, a…

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‘Our hearts are just filled with joy’: 1st train in over a year arrives in Churchill, Manitoba

From CBC News; October 31, 2018 A train rolled into Churchill, Man., on Wednesday evening for the first time in…

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