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The Hill
‘Pokemon Go’ players find danger near railroadsIn a joint letter to Niantic Labs Inc., the Federal Railroad Administration (FR
‘Pokemon Go’ players find danger near railroads
The Hill / Posted 3 days ago
In a joint letter to Niantic Labs Inc., the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and the Association of American Railroads (AAR) said they are concerned about reports that Pokemon characters, “Pokestops” and other virtual objects are being placed... Read more
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The Hill
FCC chairman doubles down on political hubris after court decisionto the private sector. Fortunately, the courts do. As the U.S. Court of Appeals
FCC chairman doubles down on political hubris after court decision
The Hill / Posted 6 days ago
to the private sector. Fortunately, the courts do. As the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit recently found in Association of American Railroads v. Department of Transportation, when the government acts as both regulator and a... Read more
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The Hill
Railroads slow to adopt technology that prevents accidentsexpecting final costs to reach over $10.5 billion by the time the automated sys
Railroads slow to adopt technology that prevents accidents
The Hill / Posted 10 days ago
expecting final costs to reach over $10.5 billion by the time the automated system is fully operational, according to the Association of American Railroads. “The PTC technology being installed is revolutionary and is a full-time focus of the... Read more
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NJ.com
People keep dying because these calls for change are often ignoredsuch a system from scratch at an estimated cost of $10.6 billion, said Ed Green
People keep dying because these calls for change are often ignored
NJ.com / Posted 12 days ago
such a system from scratch at an estimated cost of $10.6 billion, said Ed Greenberg, a spokesman for the Washington-based Association of American Railroads. "It isn't about plugging in or turning on components," Greenberg said. Railroads spent... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Spokane council head wants to pull oil-trains ballot measureoperators, and even some councilmembers acknowledged during the July 25 vote th
Spokane council head wants to pull oil-trains ballot measure
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 14 days ago
operators, and even some councilmembers acknowledged during the July 25 vote that it would face legal challenges. The Association of American Railroads and others have criticized the proposed measure, while environmental groups and first... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Spokane council head wants to pull oil-trains ballot measureoperators, and even some councilmembers acknowledged during the July 25 vote th
Spokane council head wants to pull oil-trains ballot measure
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 14 days ago
operators, and even some councilmembers acknowledged during the July 25 vote that it would face legal challenges. The Association of American Railroads and others have criticized the proposed measure, while environmental groups and first... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Spokane council head wants to pull oil-trains ballot measureoperators, and even some councilmembers acknowledged during the July 25 vote th
Spokane council head wants to pull oil-trains ballot measure
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 14 days ago
operators, and even some councilmembers acknowledged during the July 25 vote that it would face legal challenges. The Association of American Railroads and others have criticized the proposed measure, while environmental groups and first... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Spokane council head wants to pull oil-trains ballot measureoperators, and even some councilmembers acknowledged during the July 25 vote th
Spokane council head wants to pull oil-trains ballot measure
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 14 days ago
operators, and even some councilmembers acknowledged during the July 25 vote that it would face legal challenges. The Association of American Railroads and others have criticized the proposed measure, while environmental groups and first... Read more
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Naked Capitalism
00PM Water Cooler“Week 30 of 2016 shows same week total rail traffic (from same week one year ag
00PM Water Cooler
Naked Capitalism / Posted 22 days ago
“Week 30 of 2016 shows same week total rail traffic (from same week one year ago) contracted according to the Association of American Railroads (AAR) traffic data. The 13 week rolling averages’ contraction continues to moderate – but... Read more
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The Washington Times
TSA: Number of prohibited items hidden in luggage increase at U.S. airportsconcealed” incidents from previous months or explain why a passenger was trying
TSA: Number of prohibited items hidden in luggage increase at U.S. airports
The Washington Times / Posted 24 days ago
concealed” incidents from previous months or explain why a passenger was trying to take a hatchet onboard an airplane. The Association of American Railroads issued a situational awareness message over its Railway Alert Network. It urged railroad... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Feds propose two-person train crewsproposed rule is a textbook example of unnecessary regulation,” said Edward Ham
Feds propose two-person train crews
Greenwich Time / Posted 29 days ago
proposed rule is a textbook example of unnecessary regulation,” said Edward Hamberger, president of the Association of American Railroads, in testimony earlier this month. “In fact, while perhaps well-intentioned, the proposed... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Feds propose two-person train crewsproposed rule is a textbook example of unnecessary regulation,” said Edward Ham
Feds propose two-person train crews
Connecticut Post / Posted 29 days ago
proposed rule is a textbook example of unnecessary regulation,” said Edward Hamberger, president of the Association of American Railroads, in testimony earlier this month. “In fact, while perhaps well-intentioned, the proposed... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Railroads might have to let rivals serve their customersrailroads maintain this rule is a bad idea, and they pledged to continue opposi
Railroads might have to let rivals serve their customers
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 30 days ago
railroads maintain this rule is a bad idea, and they pledged to continue opposing it. President and CEO Ed Hamberger of the Association of American Railroads said forcing railroads to give competitors access to customers on their lines would... Read more
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The Mercury News
Railroads might have to let rivals serve their customersrailroads maintain this rule is a bad idea, and they pledged to continue opposi
Railroads might have to let rivals serve their customers
The Mercury News / Posted 30 days ago
railroads maintain this rule is a bad idea, and they pledged to continue opposing it. President and CEO Ed Hamburger of the Association of American Railroads said forcing railroads to give competitors access to customers on their lines would... Read more
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Silicon Valley
Railroads might have to let rivals serve their customersrailroads maintain this rule is a bad idea, and they pledged to continue opposi
Railroads might have to let rivals serve their customers
Silicon Valley / Posted 30 days ago
railroads maintain this rule is a bad idea, and they pledged to continue opposing it. President and CEO Ed Hamburger of the Association of American Railroads said forcing railroads to give competitors access to customers on their lines would... Read more
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Salon.com
Railroads might have to let rivals serve their customersrailroads maintain this rule is a bad idea, and they pledged to continue opposi
Railroads might have to let rivals serve their customers
Salon.com / Posted 30 days ago
railroads maintain this rule is a bad idea, and they pledged to continue opposing it. President and CEO Ed Hamburger of the Association of American Railroads said forcing railroads to give competitors access to customers on their lines would... Read more
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Grainnet.com
Union Pacific Reports 2Q 2016 Net Income of $979 Million, Down From $1.2 Billion in 2Q 2015in the second quarter 2016 was 27 percent lower than the second quarter 2015.
Union Pacific Reports 2Q 2016 Net Income of $979 Million, Down From $1.2 Billion in 2Q 2015
Grainnet.com / Posted a month ago
in the second quarter 2016 was 27 percent lower than the second quarter 2015. Quarterly train speed, as reported to the Association of American Railroads, was 26.6 mph, 8 percent faster than the second quarter 2015. The Company repurchased 7... Read more
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