Will century-old Impossible Railroad finally thrive, delivering billions in economic activity?

By Joshua Emerson Smith, The San Diego Union-Tribune; January 15, 2018 In Jacumba Hot Springs, less than a mile from…

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Alton, Illinois train depot comes down; FDR and Eleanor, Gerald Ford stopped at station

By Linda N. Weller, The Telegraph; December 11, 2017 ALTON — A trackhoe began tearing away at the old Alton…

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One of the last great Washington State train rides is coming to an end

By Craig Sailor, The News Tribune; December 8, 2017 For more than a century, train passengers have traveled along Tacoma’s…

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Rail Blocked Crossing Statute Upheld, Departing From Overwhelming Precedent

By Jameson B. Rice, Holland & Knight LLP, Lexology; December 6, 2017 Many states and municipalities have (or used to…

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The Daily CSX: Growing length of U.S. freight trains in federal crosshairs after crashes

By Eric M. Johnson, Reuters, St. Louis Post-Dispatch; December 6, 2017 SEATTLE • The investigative arm of the Congress is launching…

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Two Major Unions Join In Ratifying Agreements With The Freight Railroads

A press release from National Railway Labor Conference: Accords now cover more than 81,000 employees in national bargaining ARLINGTON, Va.,…

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Three things must happen before North Texans can get TEX Rail commuter trains

By Gordon Dickson, Fort Worth Star-Telegram; November 24, 2017 If all goes according to plan, a year from now the…

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