Metro-North, Regulators Disagree Over Safety Progress – Hartford … – Hartford Courant


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Metro-North, Regulators Disagree Over Safety Progress - Hartford ...
Hartford Courant
Despite a pessimistic report from federal regulators, Metro-North is reassuring riders that it will install a costly new high-tech crash-avoidance system by.

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Class I railroads forced to share intermodal network efficiency metrics – JOC.com


Class I railroads forced to share intermodal network efficiency metrics
JOC.com
It's above and beyond the published average train speeds that shippers and industry analysts have been relegated to rely on for years. While those figures are an indicator of service reliability, they in no way provide a comprehensive appraisal of rail ...

An industry coalition and freight railroads disagree over who should determine new tank car standards – Greater Baton Rouge Business Report


Greater Baton Rouge Business Report

An industry coalition and freight railroads disagree over who should determine new tank car standards
Greater Baton Rouge Business Report
REGULATION SHOWDOWN: Louisiana ranks second in the U.S. in chemicals transported by rail and first in the U.S. in the amount of crude oil transported. So the outcome of the debate over safety regulations will have major implications for industry in the ...

President-elect Trump picks Chao to run USDOT – Progressive Rail Roading


President-elect Trump picks Chao to run USDOT
Progressive Rail Roading
Association of American Railroads President and Chief Executive Officer Ed Hamberger: "The nation's rail industry welcomes the President-elect's selection and looks forward to working with Ms. Chao on the many critical surface transportation issues key ...

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Railroad executives talk rail safety with F-M leaders | INFORUM – INFORUM


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Railroad executives talk rail safety with F-M leaders | INFORUM
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In this file photo, a BNSF train waits at the Farmers Elevator terminal north of Glendive, Mont. Mikkel Pates / Forum News Service. MOORHEAD—First ...

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