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RAIL EMPLOYMENT



Rail News: Rail Industry Trends August 2006

Columbus, Ohio, airport authority awards construction contract for NS terminal BNSF to serve two new ethanol plants in Texas Timken to provide journal bearing assembly for new German passenger train Siemens supplies first DMU to California's NCTD for SPRINTER line AAR data: U.S. roads register more carloads and intermodal moves in week No. 33 Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner reaches highest-ever quarterly passenger count U.S. utilities build up stockpiles, drive up railroads' coal traffic, AAR says Sumwalt takes seat as National Transportation Safety Board member Rochester clinic, coalition contact FRA a second time to oppose the DM&E's RRIF loan CPR cites six branch lines as abandonment candidates Civil engineers society, transportation engineering journal seek papers on freight and passenger rail BART obtains $2.9 million grant from California CSXI hosts celebrations at terminals to thank truckers for fruitful business partnership Seney resigns as Ohio rail commission's executive director Bear Stearns' shipper survey shows railroads are boosting service performance, AAR says Sacramento RT obtains FRA waiver to eliminate train horns Majority of Minnesotans and Rochester residents oppose DM&E's RRIF loan, Mayo Clinic-commissioned survey says Florida DOT seeks public input on southeastern Florida passenger-rail options BNSF thanks trucking partners for intermodal business boost by honoring drivers at terminal celebrations CN to serve Alternative Energy Sources' new Illinois plant U.S. roads register more intermodal loads, fewer carloads in week No. 32, AAR says Johnson Fain to develop land-use plan for LA MTA's Culver City station Alternative Energy Sources to build ethanol plant on UP mainline Utah Transit Authority to host transit maintenance course Escalating PRB demand prompts BNSF to change coal divisions Tie purchases and production plummet in July, RTA says UP to speed up trains through five Texas towns Virginia rail agency expands online grant application system Interfleet launches Web-based incident-reporting system in UK FRA to revise safety regulations, promote ECP brake systems << Previous Next >>
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