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FOX News
Amtrak victims: NTSB investigative findings hard to believeend of 2018 and left the possibility that railroads could get another two years
Amtrak victims: NTSB investigative findings hard to believe
FOX News / Posted 8 days ago
end of 2018 and left the possibility that railroads could get another two years to complete the work. Ed Greenberg, of the Association of American Railroads, said positive train control is a priority for freight carriers. They are working through... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Amtrak victims: Investigative findings hard to believeend of 2018 and left the possibility that railroads could get another two years
Amtrak victims: Investigative findings hard to believe
The Marietta Times / Posted 8 days ago
end of 2018 and left the possibility that railroads could get another two years to complete the work. Ed Greenberg, of the Association of American Railroads, said positive train control is a priority for freight carriers. They are working through... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Amtrak victims: Investigative findings hard to believeend of 2018 and left the possibility that railroads could get another two years
Amtrak victims: Investigative findings hard to believe
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 8 days ago
end of 2018 and left the possibility that railroads could get another two years to complete the work. Ed Greenberg, of the Association of American Railroads, said positive train control is a priority for freight carriers. They are working through... Read more
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NJ.com
Fatal Amtrak crash in Philadelphia blamed on engineer's distractionconcept to nationwide reality as quickly as possible, without sacrificing safet
Fatal Amtrak crash in Philadelphia blamed on engineer's distraction
NJ.com / Posted 10 days ago
concept to nationwide reality as quickly as possible, without sacrificing safety," said Ed Greenberg, a spokesman for the Association of American Railroads, the Washington-based trade group for freight railroads. The safety board recommended... Read more
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Orange County Register
Train in deadly 2015 Amtrak had safety equipment that could have prevented itmust install a system of way points with which equipment on board the train mai
Train in deadly 2015 Amtrak had safety equipment that could have prevented it
Orange County Register / Posted 10 days ago
must install a system of way points with which equipment on board the train maintains contact. Aware of FRA criticism, the Association of American Railroads, a trade group for the freight lines, said Monday that it’s members have invested $6.5... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
A year after deadly Amtrak crash, uneven progress on train safety fixa spokeswoman. Freight railroads expect to spend $10.6 billion nationwide by 20
A year after deadly Amtrak crash, uneven progress on train safety fix
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 12 days ago
a spokeswoman. Freight railroads expect to spend $10.6 billion nationwide by 2020, said Ed Greenberg, a spokesman for the Association of American Railroads. That’s a phenomenal amount of money and time to spend on technology that’s been around... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Recession Watch: Freight Volume Drops to Worst Level since 2010focused on consumer packaged goods, food, automotive, chemical, OEM, heavy equi
Recession Watch: Freight Volume Drops to Worst Level since 2010
Zero Hedge / Posted 12 days ago
focused on consumer packaged goods, food, automotive, chemical, OEM, heavy equipment, and retail. In a similar vein, the Association of American Railroads reported last week that loads of containers and trailers fell 7.5% in April year-over-year.... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Uneven progress on train safety fixa spokeswoman. Freight railroads expect to spend $10.6 billion nationwide by 20
Uneven progress on train safety fix
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 12 days ago
a spokeswoman. Freight railroads expect to spend $10.6 billion nationwide by 2020, said Ed Greenberg, a spokesman for the Association of American Railroads. That’s a phenomenal amount of money and time to spend on technology that’s been around... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Haunting Pictures Of A Transportation Recession As Freight Rail Traffic PlungesUnion Pacific engines idled in Arizona Desert Total US rail traffic in April p
Haunting Pictures Of A Transportation Recession As Freight Rail Traffic Plunges
Zero Hedge / Posted 22 days ago
Union Pacific engines idled in Arizona Desert Total US rail traffic in April plunged 11.8% from a year ago, the Association of American Railroads reported today. Carloads of bulk commodities such as coal, oil, grains, and chemicals... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Why the big rail work on 75th Street will have to waittag, isn't worth the benefits the freight railroads would stand to gain from it
Why the big rail work on 75th Street will have to wait
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 23 days ago
tag, isn't worth the benefits the freight railroads would stand to gain from it. Yet Ed Greenberg, a spokesman for the Association of American Railroads, a trade group in Washington, said the “freight rail industry remains firmly committed to... Read more
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The Morning Call
Who goes first, Amtrak or a freight train? A court rulesof Amtrak's trains got to the station on schedule everything would be copacetic
Who goes first, Amtrak or a freight train? A court rules
The Morning Call / Posted 27 days ago
of Amtrak's trains got to the station on schedule everything would be copacetic. The freight railroad trade group, the Association of American Railroads (AAR), filed suit in 2011. The case made it to the U.S. Supreme Court, which sent it back... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Who goes first, Amtrak or a freight train? A court rulesof Amtrak's trains got to the station on schedule everything would be copacetic
Who goes first, Amtrak or a freight train? A court rules
Chicago Tribune / Posted 27 days ago
of Amtrak's trains got to the station on schedule everything would be copacetic. The freight railroad trade group, the Association of American Railroads (AAR), filed suit in 2011. The case made it to the U.S. Supreme Court, which sent it back... Read more
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SCOTUSblog
Round 2 for Amtrak: A major defeat in appeals court— as a part of the government — could do with the powers given it by Congress.
Round 2 for Amtrak: A major defeat in appeals court
SCOTUSblog / Posted 27 days ago
— as a part of the government — could do with the powers given it by Congress. With the case back in the D.C. Circuit, the Association of American Railroads — the trade group of the freight companies — raised the two constitutional questions that... Read more
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The Hill
Federal court denies Amtrak regulatory powerswork with federal regulators in crafting metrics and performance standards in o
Federal court denies Amtrak regulatory powers
The Hill / Posted 27 days ago
work with federal regulators in crafting metrics and performance standards in order to ensure trains run on time. But the Association of American Railroads challenged Amtrak’s regulatory power in court. They said the law gives Amtrak an outsized... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Rail crossing in Ashdown No. 4 in perilannual repairs to railroad crossing grades, of $350 million for the fiscal year
Rail crossing in Ashdown No. 4 in peril
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted a month ago
annual repairs to railroad crossing grades, of $350 million for the fiscal year 2016. Ed Greenberg, a spokesman for the Association of American Railroads in Washington, said the rail industry welcomed the federal agency's attention on railroad... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
CN profit beats expectations despite decline in revenueat CN and Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. are down by 6 per cent this year, inclu
CN profit beats expectations despite decline in revenue
The Globe and Mail / Posted a month ago
at CN and Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. are down by 6 per cent this year, including their U.S. operations, according to the Association of American Railroads. CP last week reported a 5-per-cent drop in first-quarter revenue and a 69-per-cent... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Bad News For Trannies: "These Headcount Numbers Aren't Encouraging"in the week ending April 16, 2016, as carloads and intermodal units were both d
Bad News For Trannies: "These Headcount Numbers Aren't Encouraging"
Zero Hedge / Posted a month ago
in the week ending April 16, 2016, as carloads and intermodal units were both down nearly 13% and 7.5%, respectively, the Association of American Railroads (AAR) reported on April 20, 2016.... For the first 15 weeks of 2016, U.S. railroads... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
If Columbus Castings folds, rail-car makers would suffereven more difficult to meet that." This year, freight-rail carloads are down 1
If Columbus Castings folds, rail-car makers would suffer
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 1 months ago
even more difficult to meet that." This year, freight-rail carloads are down 14 percent from last year, according to the Association of American Railroads, a trade group. Rail operators have been stung by drastic decreases in shipments of coal... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
5 railroad crossings with most incidents nationwide are in Phoenix, Glendalethe number of fatalities at railroad crossings in 2015 was down to 244, from 26
5 railroad crossings with most incidents nationwide are in Phoenix, Glendale
The Arizona Republic / Posted 1 months ago
the number of fatalities at railroad crossings in 2015 was down to 244, from 264 in 2014. Ed Greenberg, spokesman for the Association of American Railroads, said the issue is “complex, involving many stakeholders all sharing the same concern for... Read more

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