Creating change: Officials aim to streamline Chicago’s rail network

By Kyra Senese, Managing Editor, RT&S Magazine; July 17, 2018 Chicago’s rail network sees about 1,300 freight and passenger trains…

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Amtrak Cascades train had mechanical failure before deadly crash, whistleblower says

By Chris Daniels, KING 5 NBC; July 12, 2018 An Amtrak electrician says the company sidestepped his safety concerns on…

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New Mexico Opinion: Step up for passenger train service

An Editorial From The Santa Fe New Mexican; July 6, 2018 Keeping Amtrak train service open and running through Northern…

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Amtrak considering bus service instead of Southwest Chief

  By Peter Roper, The Pueblo Chieftain; July 4, 2018 Amtrak is considering ending passenger train service between Dodge City…

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Book reviews: Railroading for railroaders

By Frank N. Wilner, Capitol Hill Contributing Editor, Railway Age Magazine; July 3, 2018 For railroaders this summer, a cerebral repast beckons…

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Kansas Senator Moran: Amtrak pulled out of TIGER grant

By Chad Frey, Newton Kansan, June 27, 2018 Sen. Jerry Moran (R-Kan) was excited and upbeat about the future of…

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BNSF seeks PTC deadline extension due to interoperability delays

From Progressive Railroading Magazine; June 14, 2018 BNSF Railway Co. has asked the U.S. Department of Transportation for a two-year…

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