What will drive change over the next decade? Railroading’s future leaders share their ideas

By Staff, Progressive Railroading Magazine; September 2019 Progressive Railroading recently asked the honorees of the 2019 Rising Star Awards what…

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Workin’ on the railroad—man or machine?

By David C. Lester, Managing Editor, RT&S Magazine; September 3, 2019 Since shortly after World War II, the number of…

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California county prepares to seize Mount Hood Railroad property from Iowa Pacific

By Emily Fitzgerald, Hood River News; August 17, 2019 Hood River County is preparing to move forward with seizure of…

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Stanley M. Herzog, 1949-2019

By Andrew Corselli, Managing Editor, Railway Age Magazine; August 5, 2019 Stanley M. Herzog, President of William E. Herzog Enterprises, died August…

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Dutch railway company to pay reparations for WWII transports

By The Associated Press, 660 News City News; June 26, 2019 THE HAGUE, Netherlands — Dutch national railway company NS…

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Federal Railroad Administration Announces More Than $326 Million in Grants to Support Railroad Infrastructure

A press release from the Federal Railroad Administration; June 12, 2019: Wednesday, June 12, 2019 WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department…

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Union Pacific Announces 150th Anniversary Celebration Commemorating Transcontinental Railroad’s Completion

A press release from Union Pacific Railroad; April 10, 2019: OMAHA, Neb., April 10, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Union Pacific will…

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Death by Rail: What We’re Finally Learning About Preventing Wildlife-train Collisions

By Tara Lohan, The Revelator; April 5, 2019 Last year a terrible accident in India made headlines around the world.…

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Washington’s Merry-Go-Round on ‘Stop’

By Frank N. Wilner, Capitol Hill Contributing Editor; January 2, 2019 “Knock, knock.” Seriously, if you’re awaiting a “Who’s there?”…

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