Memories, traditions help power Rocky Mountain Train show – Longmont Times-Call


Memories, traditions help power Rocky Mountain Train show
Longmont Times-Call
Following in his father's footsteps into the railroad industry, Galus worked for the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroad and the Colorado and Southern Railway railroad for 42 years. Mixed with his model trains are items from the actual railroad.

Potential to jumpstart Mexican intermodal growth ahead – JOC.com


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Potential to jumpstart Mexican intermodal growth ahead
JOC.com
Transport industry leaders at the conference of the Mexican Association of Intermodal Transport (AMTI) in Mexico City last month said competitive truck rates are one of a host of obstacles facing rail as it tries to expand its market share. Another ...

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Reregulating Railroads Will Hinder Manufacturing’s Resurgence – Newsmax


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Reregulating Railroads Will Hinder Manufacturing's Resurgence
Newsmax
A new report shows the U.S. manufacturing sector is booming. According to The Wall Street Journal, "Makers of items ranging from bulldozers to semiconductors to food products are on the upswing as various measures of spending, sentiment and ...

RSI’s Simpson to retire; O’Malley named president – Railway Track & Structures


RSI's Simpson to retire; O'Malley named president
Railway Track & Structures
"Mike's rail industry background and deep expertise in public policy, government affairs, international trade, and global supply chains will advance RSI's mission to support, connect and advocate for railway suppliers," said Frantz. "His track record ...

Factors That Could Pull Down The Value Of US Railroad Companies In The Short Term – Nasdaq


Factors That Could Pull Down The Value Of US Railroad Companies In The Short Term
Nasdaq
Since the railroad sector is closely correlated to the automobile industry, it has also witnessed a plunge in its shipments through the year. According to the latest rail traffic data by the Association of American Railroads (AAR), the US motor ...

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