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Thursday, January 14, 2016
Carloads for the week ending January 9 were down 13.5 percent annually at 239,221, and intermodal containers and trailers were up 7.5 percent annually at 258,939.
Thursday, January 07, 2016
2015 U.S. rail carloads were down 6.1 percent annually at 14,266,204, and U.S. intermodal container and trailer volume was up 1.6 percent at 13,710,646 units.
Friday, December 18, 2015
Carloads were down 13.2 percent annually at 270,953, and intermodal containers and trailers were down 2.3 percent annually at 274,022.
Friday, December 11, 2015
Carloads were down 12.9 percent annually at 271,774 and ahead of the week ending November 28 at 230,919 and November 21 at 267,830.
Posted on 12/11 at 07:55 AM
Friday, December 04, 2015
Rail carloads saw a 10.4 percent, or 129,259 carloads, decrease compared to November 2014, coming in at 1,041,605. On the intermodal side, the annual decrease was less pronounced, with containers and trailers down 1 percent, or 10,028 units, at 1,024,162.
Posted on 12/04 at 12:32 PM
Monday, November 23, 2015
The objective of Positive Train Control (PTC) systems is to prevent train-to-train collisions, overspeed derailments, and incursions into roadway work limits.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
A recent Bloomberg report indicating that Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. is looking to acquire Norfolk Southern was confirmed by the Class I railroads in separate statements issued over the past two days.
Friday, November 13, 2015
Carloads were down 8.7 percent annually at 272,063, and intermodal containers and trailers were down 1.5 percent annually at 267,102.
Friday, October 23, 2015
Carloads were down 5.9 percent annually at 279,547 and were below the week ending October 10 at 281,073 and the week ending October 3 at 290,725.
Posted on 10/23 at 09:11 AM
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Wednesday, October 21, 2015
The December 31, 2015 Congressionally-mandated deadline for Positive Train Control (PTC) systems to be implemented on United States railways gets closer every day, but that does not mean the deadline will be met. In fact, it is quite the opposite, with both the Association of American Railroads (AAR) and various railroads and industry observers saying it most definitely will not be met.