Carload

By LM Staff · July 22, 2016
Carloads were down 5.4 percent at 262,202, and intermodal containers and trailers were off 5.8 percent at 258,020 containers and trailers.
By LM Staff · July 15, 2016
Weekly U.S. carloads dropped 16.5 percent annually at 228,615, and intermodal containers and trailers were off 17.9 percent annually to 215,498.
By LM Staff · June 17, 2016
Carloads dipped 8.7 percent annually at 248,039, and intermodal containers and trailers were off 6.3 percent to 265,432.
By LM Staff · May 27, 2016
U.S. Carloads fell 10.6 percent at 244,290, and intermodal containers and trailers were off 6.5 percent at 262,693.
By LM Staff · May 20, 2016
Rail carloads, at 238,353 were down 11.4 percent annually, and U.S. containers and trailers were off 7.2 percent annually at 260,026.
By LM Staff · May 6, 2016
Carloads saw a 16.1 percent, or 180,598, annual decline at 944,339, and intermodal containers and trailers in April at 1,972,828, were off 11.8 percent or 264,327 carloads annually.
By LM Staff · March 25, 2016
Carloads were down 17.2 percent compared to the same week last year at 235,390 carloads, and intermodal containers and trailers were down 10.7 percent annually at 248,073.
By LM Staff · February 19, 2016
Carloads continued to slide, falling 15.4 percent, or 244,344 carloads, annually, and intermodal trailers and containers headed up 10.4 percent annually to 260,814.
By LM Staff · February 12, 2016
Carloads saw a 11.7 percent annual decline at 241,680, and intermodal containers and trailers rose 10.5 percent to 262,830
By LM Staff · January 29, 2016
Carloads fell considerably, falling 19.5 percent annually to 237,190, and intermodal containers and trailers were down 0.1 percent annually at 253,134.
By Jeff Berman · January 27, 2016
While the investments are beyond impressive, 2016 capital expenditure investments rolled out by Class I railroads in recent weeks paint a picture of lower annual spending levels compared to past years.
By LM Staff · January 22, 2016
Carloads for the week ending January 16 were off 16.6 percent annually at 242,670, and intermodal containers and trailers were up 1.1 percent annually at 263,763.
By Jeff Berman · January 7, 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.
By LM Staff · 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.
By Jeff Berman · December 4, 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.

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