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Outlook 2018: Rail-car forecast by Richard Kloster Outlook 2018: Carload growth, tax credit extension on short-line industry’s agenda Outlook 2018: Railroad Contractors feel better than hopeful Outlook 2018: Kevin Riddett, RailWorks Corp. Outlook 2018: Nate Bachman, Georgetown Rail Equipment Inc. (GREX) Outlook 2018: Larry Laurello, Delta Railroad Construction Inc. Outlook 2018: Ray Sipes, R.J. Corman Signaling LLC Outlook 2018: Bill Dorris, J-Track LLC Central Division Outlook 2018: Gary Kohnert, Loram Maintenance of Way Inc. Outlook 2018: Transit agency execs rank funding shortfalls, PTC challenges among chief concerns Outlook 2018: For Class I railroads, moderate growth is the best guess From the editor: On the year ahead and on the technological edge Guest comment: Verification and Validation can help up the quality management game Passenger railroads try new social media tools to connect with riders Uncertainty rules the wood crosstie market in the aftermath of two hurricanes Railway Interchange 2017 recap RailTrends 2017: Examining growth in a year focused on operations — by Tony Hatch From the editor: Rising Stars 2017 — Celebrating the ascent Transloading provides railroads with another way to attract business Rethinking coal in current context — analysis by Tony Hatch How real is the rail frac sand recovery? At Railway Interchange 2017, keynote speakers to provide inspiration, insight Accenture: With IIoT, there's growth in 'unexpected opportunities' Trump budget presents 'dichotomy' for rail Intermodal stakeholders gauge impacts of the Panama Canal expansion From the editor: Trade and a rhetoric ramp-up that matters Siemens applies data analytics to boost rail efficiency Class I execs: Auto-related traffic will continue to be strong in 2017 Freight and passenger railroads seek cooperation, compromise on jointly used lines Secure Rail 2017 highlights strategies to defend against cyber, physical threats