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Rail News: Rail Industry Trends August 2009

Workers at two short lines join UTU North American roads register highest weekly carload total since early March UP's August PRB train loadings a tad off last year's pace Latina magazine honors BNSF's diversity efforts for Hispanics Updates from New York Air Brake, JMA Railroad Supply, A. Stucki, Orgo-Thermit and Alliance Shippers UP launches ShipCarsNow.com, schedules Joliet terminal groundbreaking and starts Kansas track upgrades League of Railway Industry Women names UP's Valdez 'Woman of the Year' RTA report: Tie purchases climb, production falls in July CP receives recognition for governance practices Illinois law provides funds for intermodal facilities BNSF boosts on-time performance, adds new services Hart becomes NTSB's vice chair ACTA installs DeLong as chair, Hahn as vice chair U.S. Class I workforce a smidge larger in July, STB says AAR weekly report: Thirty-second verse same as the first in '09 traffic song Patriot Rail takes wraps off new Texas short line Port Tracker report: Major ports remain on pace to handle fewest containers in seven years Updates from Global Railway Industries, FreightCar America, RailComm and Pacer International Trucks lost market share to intermodal in 2Q, FTR says BNSF, Washington state port launch construction on loop track Montreal port posts first-half volume drop U.S. agencies team up with Mexican authorities to thwart drug, weapon smuggling New leader pegged for USDOT's haz-mat arm; NTSB and NMB make management changes Elliott takes seat as STB chairman Arizona Railroad Group becomes ARG Trans Early-bird rate for October RailTrends conference still available FRA's proposed PTC rule would 'impose a financial burden beyond what Congress intended,' AAR says AAR weekly report: North American railroads off to another slow traffic start in August Montreal, Maine & Atlantic mulls plan to abandon or sell Maine lines Providence and Worcester earns more income, generates less revenue << Previous Next >>
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