Hump yards, dwell times and velocity: a trio of railroad execs discuss the state of their companies

By John Kingston, Executive Editor, Freight Waves; May 16, 2018 It was a hat trick of three railroads at the…

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Massachusetts: Springfield Union Station will get new $8.2 million rail passenger platform by November; MassDOT awards contract to Framingham company

By Jim Kinney, masslive.com; May 8, 2018 SPRINGFIELD — Work will begin later this month on a revamped Platform C…

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NEC Commission: Show us the money

By William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age Magazine; April 25, 2018 The Northeast Corridor Commission’s Fiscal Year 2017 Annual Report…

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New England: When will CTrail Hartford Line train service to Springfield begin?

By Jim Kinney, masslive.com; April 17, 2018 HARTFORD — Commuter train service from Springfield to Hartford and New Haven, Connecticut,…

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Connecticut Lawmakers Seek Hearing On Hartford Line Rail Car Lease Controversy

By Gregory B. Hladky, Hartford Courant; April 9, 2018 Connecticut transportation officials knew six years ago that additional rail cars…

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Connecticut DOT Blaming Amtrak For Decision To Lease 30-Year-Old Rail Cars for Hartford Line

By Gregory B. Hladky, Hartford Courant; April 6, 2018 Connecticut officials are blaming their decision to lease aged rail cars…

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MassDOT: 30-Year-Old Rail Cars Connecticut Is Leasing Not Worth Repairing

By Gregory B. Hladky, Hartford Courant; April 6, 2018 The 30-year-old rail cars Connecticut is spending $4.45 million to renovate…

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Editorial: Transportation will carry Connecticut’s future

By The Editorial Board, The Day; April 5, 2018 The Romans built roads and spread an empire. President Dwight Eisenhower…

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Connecticut: Rail Car Repairs, Leasing Issues Put Hartford Line Start Date in Doubt

By Gregory B. Hladky, Hartford Courant; April 4, 2018 Most of the 16 aging Massachusetts rail cars Connecticut is leasing…

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