All Aboard Florida’s Brightline financial documents reveal first quarter ridership, revenue

By Lisa Broadt, Treasure Coast Newspapers; June 29, 2018 Brightline carriedĀ 74,780 riders and collected $663,700 in ticket revenue in its…

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Southern Rail Commission apologizes, while former member continues to attack Alabama governor

By John Sharp, AL.com; June 28, 2018 The head of theĀ Southern Rail Commission apologized to Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey Thursday…

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The Daily CSX: CSX revives eastern North Carolina intermodal terminal plans – with $118M from state department of tranxsportation

By Lauren K. Ohnesorge, Senior Staff Writer, Triangle Business Journal; June 28,2018 Plans for the Carolina Connecter, a CSX intermodal…

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The Daily CSX: FBI arrests three for CSX robberies spanning 18 years in Buffalo, New York

By Will Robinson, Reporter, Jacksonville Business Journal; June 29, 2018 Three men in Buffalo, N.Y., have been arrested and charged…

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Washington State: Point Defiance Bypass testing, train travel update

From Tacoma Weekly; June 28, 2018 Following the derailment on an Amtrak train in DuPont on Dec. 18, 2017, Washington…

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Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen Fighting For Members’ Jobs At The US/Mexican border

A press release from the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and Trainmen; June 27, 2018: INDEPENDENCE, Ohio, June 27, 2018 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/…

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Amtrak May End Passenger Rail Service In West Kansas. Moran: ‘Amtrak Is Not Doing Its Job’

By Ben Kuebrich, KCUR 89.3; June 28, 2018 Amtrak may end passenger rail service through Dodge City, Garden City and…

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Group wants to get transportation on-track in Eastern Oregon

By Antonio Sierra, East Oregonian; June 27, 2018 The acronym for the Association of Oregon Rail and Transit Activists is…

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