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Rail Category: Kansas City Southern  -  Article Index

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CP, KCS: Together again From the Editor —CSX-Pan Am Railway, CP-KCS and CN: Of wedding bells and other bells to answer Canadian Pacific-Kansas City Southern: Industry constituents weigh in on the proposed merger From the Editor: CP-KCS — a mega merger made to order USMCA should be a shot in the arm for Kansas City Southern and the rail industry From the Editor: USMCA provides a moment of clarity Torres is the torchbearer for a growing Texas short line From the editor: Uncertainty clouds 2020 vision 2019 Railroad Innovator Award profile: Kansas City Southern's Patrick Ottensmeyer Rising Stars 2019: Linda Hernandez Rising Stars 2019: Sara Garza Gonzalez Rising fuel costs drive railroads to hone idle reduction and energy management practices Kansas City Southern employs PSR to improve service performance, forge a traffic-growth foothold UP and KCS: A tale of two PSR interpretations — analysis by Tony Hatch Many railroads seek PTC deadline extension to gain two more years for implementation, interoperability Class I railroads continue the longer-train trend For KCS leaders, a sharper technological acumen plus PTC will equal a more data-driven organization Class I capex: More increases than decreases in 2018 Outlook 2018: For Class I railroads, moderate growth is the best guess Railroads' holiday trains deliver gifts, food and joy Railroads, shippers assess damage wrought by two historic storms Fleet Stats 2017: Class Is won't be acquiring many rail cars or locomotives this year With NAFTA renegotiations looming, railroads hope more freight crisscrosses the southern U.S. border Railroads stress better practices, new technologies to cut fuel consumption Class I execs: Auto-related traffic will continue to be strong in 2017 Perspective: KCSM's new crew management solution sets stage for ongoing innovation 2017 MOW Spending Report - Class Is Class Is pursue, promote better safety at grade crossings Outlook 2017: Class I railroads expect another grind-it-out year RailTrends 2016 revisited - by Tony Hatch