CSX Transportation has selected Michael Baker International to lead programme and construction management for the $3.7 billion Transforming Rail in Virginia project.
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Norfolk Southern are acquiring assets of the Cincinnati Southern Railway to help eliminate uncertainty around the future control of the line and lease costs.
How can a railroad eliminate its carbon emissions while still meeting its commitments to its customers and the larger economy? This question is one that Dr. Kyle Mulligan, Assistant Vice-President, Operations Technology at Canadian Pacific (CP), explains CP sought to answer with its ‘Hydrogen Locomotive Program’.
Current Norfolk Southern Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Cindy Sanborn will step down at the end of 2022, with Paul Duncan set to succeed her on 1 January 2023.
Josh Raglin, Chief Sustainability Officer at Norfolk Southern, details the customer centric strategy that the North American freight railroad are using to further their commitment to sustainability and how this drives value for customers, shareholders and the planet.
Amtrak is moving forward with a project to replace the 116-year-old Susquehanna River Rail Bridge to improve efficiency on the Northeast Corridor.
Following a Tri-Party Agreement, SFRTA engineers are to begin training and testing for the implementation of Tri-Rail trains at MiamiCentral Station.
Union Pacific have highlighted efforts to address climate change and outlined long-term strategies to reduce GHG emissions in their Climate Action Plan.
A report by the Railway Association of Canada has highlighted the positive impact that technology investments by Canadian railways have made on carbon emissions.
CP has moved a record breaking 3.14 million metric tonnes of grain and grain products in October 2022.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority (CHSRA) have released a video which highlights the recent milestones achieved on the construction project. Watch the video here.
Amtrak will soon start to look for a construction contractor to replace the Connecticut River Bridge, paving way for better reliability and decreased delays on the U.S. Northeast Corridor.
The CHSRA Board of Directors have awarded design contracts for the Merced, Fresno, Kings/Tulare and Bakersfield stations.