Membership growth accelerates rapidly at ASLRRA in 2021

Providing useful and intriguing information helps the American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association attract new members. During the Eastern & Southern Region meeting in Louisville on June 22, CSX Head of Business Development Tom Tisa reviewed the Class I’s critical workforce approach during the pandemic. ASLRRA

Since it was formed in 1916 as the American Short Line Railroad Association, the American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association (ASLRRA) has sought to increase its membership each year to strengthen the organization’s stance as the voice of the small railroad industry. To say membership growth has been stellar so far in 2021 is a huge understatement.


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