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RAIL EMPLOYMENT



Rail News: Rail Industry Trends March 2006

RTA report: Tie purchases and production rise slightly in February South Dakota city backs DM&E's Powder River Basin project Florida East Coast awaits federal judge's ruling on mining permits, case's affect on aggregate business WMATA police to conduct first station and train inspection under new morning rush program Bush nominates Hoglander, Tredick for National Mediation Board seats National Railway Labor Conference boots up 'rail facts' Web site NS to transfer ownership of shuttered Hollidaysburg shops to local development group Mackay to assume Canadian railway association's top post WMATA, Virginia transportation department seek feedback on Dulles airport extension Partners complete preliminary engineering for Dulles Corridor Metrorail extension Coal key to reducing United States' energy costs, National Coal Council study says Amtrak contracts ALSTOM to manage Acela fleet maintenance 3PL 'bridges' its Chicago distribution center with CSXT terminal ENSCO opens rail maintenance, office buildings in Pennsylvania AAR schedules St. Louis meeting to discuss freight-car maintenance initiatives Gardner to retire as Railinc president, West to assume post in acting role STB to raise half its fees for handling transportation transactions and disputes NRC to conduct 3rd annual equipment auction at Progress Rail's Illinois yard Bombardier-led consortium to build 10 commuter trains for Hungarian railway Nashville jury awards former CSXT conductor $2.9 million for on-the-job injuries Cleveland RTA to seek public feedback on proposed fare hike BNSF to help turn abandoned Kansas, Arkansas lines into nature trails Kelso Technologies to ramp up marketing efforts for pressure-relief valve AAR launches ad campaign to promote railroading as a public-benefiting industry FRA appoints Strang associate administrator for safety Former Whiting Corp. President Gibson passes away WMATA to present FY07 spending plans to the public LA MTA secures $208 million in state funds for Exposition light-rail line NMB calls for second representation vote after ruling Stillwater Central interfered with first election, BLET says American Railway Development Association to hold 100th annual meeting << Previous Next >>
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