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Rail News: Rail Industry Trends March 2009

U.S., China agree to jointly improve hazardous materials transportation RailAmerica's Jones earns ASLRRA's top safety honor CSXI's fuel surcharge inches up, UP's ratchets down in April NYC-area trash means cash to New York & Atlantic Updates from Siemens, Alstom, RailComm, Kelso Technologies, CFCL Australia, Knorr-Bremse and Global Railway Connecticut lands stimulus funds for Providence and Worcester, passenger-rail projects Heavy load container facility attracts first lessee; Evergreen honors CSXI as carrier of the year Stifel Nicolaus analyst lowers ratings for two Class Is, four other transportation companies Five 'Pacific Gateway' projects advance in Canada Paljug to co-chair RSI's new joint C&S/MOW committee U.S., Canadian roads continue to sing the traffic blues, AAR data shows RTA report: Tie production rises, purchases plummet in February San Pedro & Southwestern sets safety record Updates from VAE Nortrak, ARINC, CAF and Alstom UP honors 40 chemical shippers' safety efforts CSX to provide proxy materials online Providence and Worcester posts income, revenue gains in '08 Small shipment conference names annual carrier award winners Updates from EMD, Ansaldo STS, Vossloh and IBM Truck size/weight-limiting bill enters House; rail labor unions and North Dakota lawmakers seek quiet zone-funding legislation NS: Manion to succeed Tobias as COO; Stewart and Allison assume new VP positions Bay Line, R.J. Corman’s Memphis Line and St. Lawrence & Atlantic earn ASLRRA's top marketing honors Equipment leasing business falls in February, monthly index shows Updates from Timken, Sherwin-Williams, Export-Import Bank, Kyocera Solar and LightWild BNSF registers fewer grade crossing collisions, trespassing incidents In memoriam: Watco founder Dick Webb (1938-2009) Morgan Keegan analyst reaffirms GATX 'outperform' rating BMWED, Soo Line agree on tentative contract Updates from Siemens, Wabtec and RailComm Feds sue UP for failing to prevent drug trafficking; government, not railroad, controls border-crossing cars, Class I says << Previous Next >>
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