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Transit-rail agencies adapt smoking policies to cover e-cigarettes

Talent drain puts rail industry on the executive recruitment beat

Railroads represented: a Railroad Day on Capitol Hill recap

Rail technology research shared at AAR's 19th annual review

Streetcars make a comeback as U.S. cities seek to stimulate economy, increase transit options

Liquefied natural gas could help railroads reap locomotive benefits if regulatory, technical issues are resolved

Railroads seek more collaboration, technological innovation among vendors to help the purchasing department control costs

On tank-car design, they're on edge (by Pat Foran)

Rail finance and leasing: What are the key issues in 2014?

There's a lot at stake in the tank-car design discussions — by Toby Kolstad

On rail safety, capex, risk and the road ahead — by Tony Hatch

Banks - Rail Finance & Leasing Guide 2014

Equipment Providers/Equipment Management Services - Rail Finance & Leasing Guide 2014

Finance Companies - Rail Finance & Leasing Guide 2014

Amtrak, short-line tax credit, train-crew size among key rail topics in D.C.

Operation Lifesaver Inc. is turning up the volume on its anti-trespassing message

Railroad crew management firms offer an array of transportation and logistics services

Grade crossing equipment, technology help railroads continue quest to improve crossing safety

Marcellus, Utica shale regions keep railroads busy

Progressive Railroading's top 10 most-read articles of 2013

BNSF banks on crude oil, domestic intermodal to build rail traffic and raise revenue

Rail-car delivery forecast for 2014: 61,500 — by Toby Kolstad

Locomotive manufacturers offer new solutions for railroads' evolving motive power needs

RailTrends 2013: A brief recap — by Tony Hatch

Rail Outlook 2014: Railroads believe burgeoning crude oil demand and mounting passenger ridership will be foundation for 2014 business growth

Large freight railroads will rely on crude oil, domestic intermodal and grain shipments to offset weak coal and international container traffic in 2014

Transit CEOs to focus on transportation bill reauthorization, capital projects in 2014

RailTrends 2013 recap: Innovation and risk to yield growth

Freight railroads use Facebook, Twitter to expand communication options

Freight-rail leaders offer glimpse into where they see their respective railroads heading as they roll through the fourth quarter


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