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With resilience railroading, NS seeks to head in a more customer-centric, always-solid-service direction Union Pacific: Heavily invested in intermodal New labor pact, new CSX leader in place Union Pacific relies on automation as an invaluable mission-to-modernize tool For Watco, the ability to grow depends on the ability to be extremely attentive to shippers’ needs Software providers offer ways to optimize rail crew scheduling, rostering and recordkeeping Rail industry constituents recognize the need to develop more diverse workforces ASLRRA annual meeting: A time to address industry issues, honor award winners Bargain hunters: Canadian Pacific, two unions bag mutually beneficial pacts Class I railroads continue the longer-train trend Rail Labor: Q&A with Amalgamated Transit Union's Lawrence Hanley Inside BNSF's modernized network nerve center Keith Creel: Canadian Pacific's passionate pusher and puller Norfolk Southern's five-year plan centers on safety, service, stewardship and growth Perspective: KCSM's new crew management solution sets stage for ongoing innovation At Alaska Railroad, workforce cuts reflect traffic decline For CSX, a workforce of the future is an integral part of a 'railroad of tomorrow' Rising Star: Matt Campbell, SMART Transportation Division A DIY approach is helping Chicago's Metra stretch its rail-car rehab budget From the editor: C-suite succession updates at CSX, NS Indiana Rail Road backs single-person train crews as safe, efficient operating option Amtrak, short-line tax credit, train-crew size among key rail topics in D.C. Norfolk Southern seeks to improve railroad safety by cultivating a new safety culture Railroad safety, rail service the onus of Norfolk Southern's new dual-purpose committees Alaska Railroad passenger operations in jeopardy as company braces for a potential loss of significant federal funds Jobs at Union Pacific: Railroad seeks to recruit, retain 15,000 workers in the next five years The railroad-rail labor contract: Of what ifs and work stoppages — by Pat Foran Class I railroads redouble efforts to recruit former servicemen and women Rail industry data and trends from Progressive Railroading July 2011 A fare deal: GCRTA, police union agree to tie pay raises to revenue increases