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Cutting red tape: Nonpartisan group floats ideas to fast-track permitting process Class I execs: Auto-related traffic will continue to be strong in 2017 Education was a big draw in Big D at ASLRRA's annual conference From the editor: Real-world rail stories at Railroad Day on Capitol Hill Sidebar: Embrace data to improve safety, FRA says Sidebar: How to think like a data scientist Rail advocates encouraged by Trump's emphasis on regulatory reform, infrastructure Rail finance and leasing execs expect a more business-friendly environment, and a better year, in 2017 — survey Railroads institute more measures to help prevent suicides on their systems FRA's Feinberg: There's been grade-crossing safety progress, but states, railroads and tech companies can do more Outlook 2017: AAR's Hamberger weighs in on regulatory challenges in the year ahead RailTrends 2016 revisited - by Tony Hatch MetroLink's FTA grant aims to connect rail riders with wellness services Industry stakeholders weigh in on regulation, free trade, transit funding and other potential election-impacted issues Election 2016: What's at stake for rail? Peter Rogoff pushes Seattle's Sound Transit forward ECP mandate: under study and on hold Grade crossing safety a top priority for FRA's Feinberg Transit security: Agencies emphasize technology, personnel to protect riders, employees and assets Recent terrorism prompts transit agencies to heighten security AAR, APTA offer an industry outlook from the association perspective Time is running out on Amtrak's aging tunnels Free to move LNG: Alaska Railroad gains FRA blessing to transport liquefied gas to interior region After the Amtrak derailment, what's next? Crude by rail: Federal rule fallout From the editor: After the crude-by-rail rule and Amtrak derailment USDOT expects to receive 800 applications for TIGER VII grants Apprehension and frustration lingered over the crude-by-rail sector shortly before the USDOT issued its safety rule Railroads tweak critical-incident stress plans to meet new FRA rules Operation Lifesaver continues to spread the rail-safety word