U.S., Amtrak: The potential of the Meridian Speedway all the way to Fort Worth and El Paso . . . it’s about time, and a new approach

By Russ Jackson and Anthony Lee, Guest Contributors; December 2, 2022 Think about it: 66 billion dollars. In the bill…

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U.S., Kansas City Southern History: ‘The Sweetheart of American Trains’

Editor’s Note: On this day which is only 11 months until Christmas Day in 2021, we are pleased to welcome…

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U.S. Report: Is Kansas City Southern In Play?

By William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age Magazine; July 31, 2020 Two private equity firms are considering a takeover bid…

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Class One Railroads: How Did Things Get So Bad?

By Steve Banker, Contributor, Forbes; June 12, 2019 On May 22nd and May 23rd, the Surface Transportation Board (STB) held…

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Kansas City Southern revises two service metrics

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; May 1, 2019 As part of the railroad’s precision scheduled railroading transition, Kansas City Southern has…

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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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Kansas City Southern may follow Union Pacific’s lead on precision scheduled railroading

By Edwin Lopez, Supply Chain Dive; October 26, 2018   Kansas City Southern (KCS) is closely watching Union Pacific’s transition…

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Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen Fighting For Members’ Jobs At The US/Mexican border

A press release from the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen; June 27, 2018: INDEPENDENCE, Ohio, June 27, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/…

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Surface Transportation Board wants Class I service updates

By Stuart Chirls, Senior Editor, Railway Age Magazine; March 21, 2018 Complaints by grain shippers and automakers have spurred the…

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