How railroads are keeping trains safe from hackers

By Steven Melendez, Fast Company; April 29, 2019 Railroads have historically focused on safety, from ensuring tracks and trains are…

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New Congress, New Faces, New Challenges

By Frank N. Wilner, Capitol Hill Contributing Editor, Railway Age Magazine; April 16, 2019 LEGISLATIVE REPORT, APRIL 2019 – Knock,…

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Shortline railroads essential to the success of precision railroading

By Joanna Marsh, Freight Waves; April 10, 2019 Precision scheduled railroading (PSR) can’t succeed if the Class I railroads aren’t…

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Report: Genesee & Wyoming considering selling itself

By Staff, Jacksonville Business Journal; March 12, 2019 A shortline railroad company whose operations headquarters is in Jacksonville is considering…

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$5 Billion international rail company quietly chugs along in Connecticut

By Jim Cameron, Connecticut Post; February 7, 2019 You might not realize it, but Connecticut is home to the world…

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R.J. Corman names new president, signals boss

By Paul Conley, Editor-in-Chief, RT&S Magazine; January 18, 2019 R. J. Corman Railroad Group LLC announced a slew of changes in its…

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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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Canadian Pacific brings together short line and regional connections to strengthen relationships and share ideas on moving the supply chain forward

A press release from Canadian Pacific Railway; September 10, 2018: CALGARY, Sept. 10, 2018 /PRNewswire/ – Canadian Pacific Railway Limited…

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Charlie Harper column in Savannah, Georgia: Rail upgrades key for rural economic growth

By Charlie Harper, Savannah Morning News; April 30, 2018 Metro Atlanta’s transit governance conundrum was solved during the Georgia General…

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North Carolina DOT awards $6 million for freight-rail improvements

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; December 13, 2017 The North Carolina Department of Transportation announced $6 million in funding will be…

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