The Daily CSX: As CSX workforce shrinks, accidents pile up and morale plummets

By Will Robinson, Reporter, Jacksonville Business Journal; February 14, 2018 The rate of accidents involving CSX Corp. trains have been…

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Massachusetts: Springfield Union Station preps for a bigger, busier 2018

By Jim Kinney, masslive.com; February 14, 2018 SPRINGFIELD — The people behind Springfield’s Union Station knew the place was popular.…

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These people were hit by trains — and lived to talk about it

By Lisa J. Huriash and Erika Pesantes, Reporters, South Florida Sun-Sentinel; February 13, 2018 Pascual Vasquez Morales can’t remember the…

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Senate confirms Batory, others to DOT posts

By LAUREN GARDNER, With help from Stephanie Beasley, Brianna Gurciullo and Tanya Snyder, Politico Morning Transportation; February 14, 2018 SENATE…

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All Aboard Florida: Martin, Indian River counties file new lawsuit in attempt to block Brightline expansion

By Arnie Rosenberg, TCPalm.com; February 13, 2018 Martin and Indian River counties, and anti-rail-expansion group CARE FL, went back to…

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Attorney: Man accused of terrorism on Amtrak’s California Zephyr in Nebraska might not have known what he was doing

By RILEY JOHNSON, Lincoln Journal Star; February 13, 2018 A Missouri man accused of terrorism in an incident that stopped…

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Former Canadian Pacific IT worker sentenced to 1 year in prison for hacking into company network

By Trevor Squire, Star Tribune; February 13, 2018 Christopher V. Grupe, 46, of Minneapolis, was found guilty of willfully damaging…

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FINALLY! Senate confirms top rail safety official

By David Shepardson, Reuters; February 13, 2018 WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Senate unanimously confirmed late on Tuesday a former…

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