Opinion from Vancouver: Passengers, tourism, must be considered in railroad discussions

By Steve Sammut, Vancouver Sun; February 14, 2019 With the May 2018 amendments to the Canada Transportation Act, the Canadian…

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Canadian rail rules derailed by American red tape

By: Dylan Robertson, Winnipeg Free Press; February 8, 2019 OTTAWA — Transport Canada had no clue what items American freight trains…

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Vancouver’s TransLink to adopt all-door boarding for first time

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; January 30, 2019 TransLink on Feb. 2 plans to open a new platform at Commercial-Broadway Station…

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Microsoft leads charge for high speed rail corridor in Pacific Northwest

By Linda Baker, Freight Waves; January 21, 2019 Commuters in the Pacific Northwest love to complain about how slow (and…

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Canadian Transportation Agency to investigate possible freight rail problems in Vancouver

By The Canadian Press, CTV News; January 14, 2019 GATINEAU, Que. — The Canadian Transportation Agency will investigate possible problems…

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From the British point of view: The surprising renaissance of America’s railways

By Chris Leadbeater, Travel Correspondent, The Telegraph; October 18, 2018 Something is stirring in America – and for once, it…

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Bullet train from Portland to Vancouver, B.C.? Oregon, Washington, Canada talking

By Andrew Theen, The Oregonian; October 8, 2018 Imagine stepping on a train in Portland at noon and stepping off…

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Rocky Mountaineer to be featured on premiere episode of MIGHTY TRAINS

A press release from Rocky Mountaineer; October 2, 2018: Season two on Discovery Channel to begin with an in-depth special…

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Student designing maps aimed at making it easier to travel across British Columbia without a car

By Andrew Kurjata, CBC News; September 28, 2018 An education student at the University of Victoria has channeled his “passion…

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What happened to Seth Rogen’s voice? Toronto Transit Commission stopped playing divisive transit PSAs after just one month

By Nick Faris, The London Free Press; September 21, 2018 After piggybacking on Vancouver’s idea to make Seth Rogen the…

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