Maximum MOW: Indiana Rail Road's Record Year of Spending
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For the most part, North American freight and passenger railroads are spending more on infrastructure improvements this year than they have in the recent past, and nowhere is this more evident than at The Indiana Rail Road Company, where the regional combined the first two years of an all-time-high five-year capital plan in an accelerated 2011 program.
The result: Record maintenance-of-way spending.
In this webcast, presented by INRD president and CEO Tom Hoback, you will take a deep dive into the company's MOW program and get a detailed breakdown of just how nearly $21 million is being allocated to the railroad's various trackwork projects. You will also learn details regarding rail, tie and bridge projects.
Key takeaways for you include:
* Data regarding anticipated tie and ballast installations
* Updates on bridge and maintenance facility projects
* Breakdowns on key rail replacements designed to bolster infrastructures for increased unit coal train traffic