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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West Central Wisconsin: Area passenger rail service could benefit elderly population

By Jesse Horne, WEAU NBC 13 News; April 26, 2018 EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) — A train was arriving in…

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Union Pacific pulls locomotives out of storage, adds employees to ‘overload’ part of its congested network

  By Steve Jordon, Staff Writer, Omaha World-Herald; April 26, 2018 Union Pacific Railroad pulled 650 locomotives out of storage…

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Surface Transportation Board wants Class I service updates

By Stuart Chirls, Senior Editor, Railway Age Magazine; March 21, 2018 Complaints by grain shippers and automakers have spurred the…

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Union Pacific facing dozen lawsuits alleging cancer-causing substances in workplace

  By Russell Hubbard, Staff Writer, Omaha World-Herald; February 15, 2018 A dozen former Union Pacific workers have filed identical…

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