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RAIL EMPLOYMENT



Rail News: Rail Industry Trends June 2006

STB seeks railroads' plans for handling fall peak demand St. Louis Metro's May rail ridership surges 9 percent National Mediation Board member Fitzmaurice fills chairman's seat Explosive-detecting canine team No. 400 graduates from TSA program FRA sets new locomotive crashworthiness standards TriMet approves $345 million operating budget Indiana transportation district to add high-level platforms at Hegewisch Station Parsons Brinckerhoff to design, manage BART's seismic retrofit project Houston METRO contracts Ross & Baruzzini to upgrade security network CTA opens line, adds trains for west side riders Bush chooses Sumwalt as transportation safety board's vice chairman Mineta to step away from U.S. transportation secretary post UP shuffles regions, upper management staff WMATA's Metrorail surpasses 200 million passenger mark in FY2006 Canadian government to provide funds for Algoma Central's passenger-rail service J.C. Penny chooses Pacer as top supply-chain provider of 2005 SEPTA signs off on $1.4 billion FY2007 spending plan AAR Week No. 24 report: Coal plays lead role in U.S. roads' traffic surge CN seeks court injunction to halt Manitoba First Nations' rail blockade plan NJ Transit set to open Newark light-rail line Short line association schedules K.C. ethanol seminar in early August WMATA adds dogs to canine patrols Railroads' prices decline since 1985, GAO reports; rates not fair for chemical shippers, ACC says RailAmerica shrinks size of organization, management staff Amtrak holds security expo at NYC's Penn Station AAR schedules 2006 fall peak forum to foster dialogue between railroads and shippers STB decision puts DM&E's plan to form Powder River Basin line-managing subsidiary on hold ALSTOM-led consortium to play major role in Algerian tramway project Tie purchases and production up dramatically in May, RTA says TransitCenter to introduce check card as part of commuter benefits program << Previous Next >>
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