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Rail Category: Norfolk Southern Railway  -  2008 Article Index

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PART 1: Class Is Like Their Chances of Posting Revenue Gains & Easing Cost Pains in '09 Railroads Set Positive Train Contol (PTC) Development & Interoperability Strategies to Meet 2015 Mandate Rails' Faith in the Future of Global Trade Remains Strong Four Class Is Forge Pact to Set Standards for PTC Systems Class Is Post Solid 3Q Financials Norfolk Southern's Public- and Private-Partnering Ways At Norfolk Southern, partnerships are in plain view (Pat Foran, Context, September 2008) Class Is draft sustainability programs with one eye on stewardship and the other on entrepreneurship Class Is’ Q2 ledgers reflect pinch from costly fuel, soft economy and Midwest floods Former NS chief Arnold McKinnon charts milestone markers The Rail Renaissance era is here to stay, presuming stakeholders figure out how to partner up (and pony up) to ensure there is enough rail capacity Class Is must invest in human capital today to meet tomorrow's traffic demands, rail execs say Intermodal: Container moves will multiply if Class Is align their networks with global trade shifts NS, 10 short lines jointly take on short-haul traffic in the Northeast Class Is will purchase or lease 690 locomotives in 2008 Class I Q1 Financials: Crunching the numbers Lining up more business ‘We’ve got you covered’ MOW '08 — Class Is Interlockings: From crossing over to starting over Class Is on fuel management: Good to the last drop Intermodal: Schneider National's votes of confidence Pumping up the 'actions' volume, wordlessly (Pat Foran, Context, February 2008) Fuel costly to Class Is in the fourth quarter Who's buying shares in North America's freight railroads — why it matters STB rejects Norfolk Southern/Watco short-line plan