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Rail Category: BNSF Railway  -  2013 Article Index

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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 Freight railroads use Facebook, Twitter to expand communication options Railroads pursuing massive bridge projects to support busier, heavier and faster traffic Tony Hatch: Railroads' second-quarter earnings mostly were on plus-side despite floods, coal market transitions UPS relies heavily on railroads to keep the giant Chicago Area Consolidation Hub on schedule Rising Star: Chad Rolstad Keystone Pipeline is not key to importing Alberta crude oil — by Fritz Kahn (Guest Comment) Crude dominates discussions at rail shipper association's summer meeting Crude oil surge in Permian Basin drives Texas-style business boom for short-line railroad New general manager has big plans for Big Easy's Public Belt Railroad Forest products rail traffic will take a turn for the better this year if lumber demand remains strong Shales in the West well beyond the Bakken drive crude oil traffic for many railroads Panama Canal expansion spurs railroads, ports to prepare for new business Railroad research reviewed at testing center's March event MOW Spending Report: Large railroads lay out 2013 infrastructure programs Class I railroads rate the state of positive train control TTCI's Stabler stresses quality, reputable railroad research at Colorado R&D facility Q4 2012 review: Signs that 2013 will be one terrific bridge year for the rails- analysis by Tony Hatch CREATE update: Grade crossing upgrades, separations and closures Crude oil and intermodal will drive rail traffic for BNSF over the long term