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Fleet Stats 2017: Class Is won't be acquiring many rail cars or locomotives this year CP, rail-car market updates were bright spots at Midwest shipper association's summer meeting Freight and passenger railroads seek cooperation, compromise on jointly used lines 2017 MOW Spending Report - Class Is Harrison quits CP, eyes top spot at CSX Outlook 2017: Class I railroads expect another grind-it-out year After 13 years of collaboration and determination, CREATE partners continue to take on Chicago’s tangled rail network Fleet Stats 2016: Class I railroads stored more locomotives, cars in Q2 The changing of the guard among Class I railroad CEOs continues From the editor: Rail rides the uncertainty curve Windmills 1, Quixote 0: CP calls off quest for NS — analysis by Tony Hatch Part 2: 2016 MOW Spending Report — Class Is Class Is reveal 2016 capex plans Canadian Pacific-Norfolk Southern: A proxy fight looming? Outlook 2016: Class I railroad CEOs anticipate opportunities, challenges Back story: Canadian Pacific's initial buyout offer to Norfolk Southern Norfolk Southern officials anticipate new business opportunities after acquiring old Delaware & Hudson route Canadian Pacific modifies Minnesota hump yard to handle longer trains Canadian Pacific continues to refine its rail operating plan Role expanding for Midwestern inland ports CN, Canadian Pacific and the power of the rail renaissance 2015 MOW Spending Report: Railroads set aside billions of dollars to bolster infrastructure Large freight railroads ramp up budgets, workloads RailTrending and The Chicago Problem Rail Outlook 2015: Freight and passenger railroad leaders discuss the year ahead Railroad mergers: On rejecting, for now, the urge to merge Rapid City, Pierre & Eastern Railroad aims to become engrained in South Dakota's agricultural products network For Class I railroads, the second quarter represented the best and worst of times (by Tony Hatch) Canadian Pacific's Keith Creel: A stickler for superior service (profile) Large freight railroads forge a heavy slate of infrastructure work for 2014