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Rail News: Rail Industry Trends January 2009

BNSF, Montana grain growers agree on ways to address rate disputes AAR: Week No. 3 traffic as weak as Nos. 1 and 2 Virtual-reality training programs help UP tap into video-game generation Wheeler joins NS' VP ranks Updates from Trinity, Advanced Rail Management, Interpipe, Timken, Harsco and BNSF Logistics ASCE report card: Nation's infrastructure condition rates a 'D' House rail subcommittee hearing sheds light on rail's role in the U.S. economy STB adopts new method to calculate railroads' cost of capital Tacoma port's container volume tumbles in '08 Volume of new equipment finance business falls in December and 2008, index shows NS: Fourth quarter one for the record books KCSR switches from three operating divisions to two CHS acquires Winona River & Rail Updates from Odebrecht, Steer Davies Gleave, Andrew, Brandt Road Rail, CIT Rail, Knichel Logistics and Railpower Technologies CP: Revenue rises, but so do expenses and the operating ratio Class Is' fuel surcharges continue to fall Short lines slow out of '09 traffic gate, RMI data shows Arizona land development to include inland intermodal port BNSF's on-time performance for UPS nearly perfect in peak season Georgia port opens container transfer facility Seneca Group to serve FRA as RRIF program financial advisor Updates from Viterra, Unitrac, GATX and Apollo Video Technology Senate confirms LaHood as U.S. transportation secretary; Molitoris succeeds Beasley as Ohio DOT's director Carloads, intermodal loads remain way down for North American railroads so far in '09, AAR says New York/New Jersey port authority to offer cash incentive to rail shippers RTA report: Tie purchases plummet, production rises in December Updates from Bombardier, Ansaldo STS, HLS Systems, Railinc, CIT Group, GATX, Dow AgroSciences and OPW Engineered Systems BNSF bucks weak economy to post revenue, earnings and income gains LaHood closes in on Senate confirmation as U.S. transportation secretary Berkshire Hathaway boosts BNSF stake to 21.8 percent << Previous Next >>
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