Association of American Railroads

Latest stories

22h
dna
Wagon maker Texmaco to chug into defenceto Standard Truck Car of the US, which owns several bogie designs. Exports sta
Wagon maker Texmaco to chug into defence
dna / Posted 22 hours ago
to Standard Truck Car of the US, which owns several bogie designs. Exports started after Texmaco received approvals from Association of American Railroads. "Last year they produced aroung 80,000 wagons. They source casings for these wagons from... Read more
3d
Zero Hedge
Recession Watch: US Freight Drops To Worst Level Since 2010sectors are crucial to the US economy. And rail, as has been the case recently
Recession Watch: US Freight Drops To Worst Level Since 2010
Zero Hedge / Posted 3 days ago
sectors are crucial to the US economy. And rail, as has been the case recently, caught the brunt of it. According to the Association of American Railroads carload traffic – which includes commodities such as oil and coal – fell 6.6% in August... Read more
4d
The Florida Times-Union
Excessive regulation of railroads is a concernin the U.S. economy. Leadership by Nelson and Congress, and the preservation o
Excessive regulation of railroads is a concern
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 4 days ago
in the U.S. economy. Leadership by Nelson and Congress, and the preservation of sensible public policies that do not burden railroads, is essential. senior vice president of Government Affairs, Association of American Railroads , Washington,... Read more
11d
Lowell Sun
Drug use skyrockets among U.S. railroad workersfor an additional 14 months, contending it will require "training supervisors o
Drug use skyrockets among U.S. railroad workers
Lowell Sun / Posted 11 days ago
for an additional 14 months, contending it will require "training supervisors on the signs and symptoms" of drug use. The Association of American Railroads, which joined regional railroads, railroad construction and transit firms in petitioning... Read more
12d
Boston Globe
Number of US railroad workers testing positive for drug use skyrocketsan additional 14 months, contending it will require ‘‘training supervisors on t
Number of US railroad workers testing positive for drug use skyrockets
Boston Globe / Posted 12 days ago
an additional 14 months, contending it will require ‘‘training supervisors on the signs and symptoms’’ of drug use. The Association of American Railroads (AAR), which joined regional railroads, railroad construction and transit firms in... Read more
13d
The Sacramento Bee
Trains a treasured part of Sacramento – until they snarl trafficsafety hazard, Huston said. Although freight traffic nationwide has been fairl
Trains a treasured part of Sacramento – until they snarl traffic
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 13 days ago
safety hazard, Huston said. Although freight traffic nationwide has been fairly flat in recent years, according to the Association of American Railroads, the route through Sacramento is increasingly well traveled. Union Pacific spokesman Justin... Read more
14d
San Antonio Express-News
BNSF Railway opens $40M switching yard in Von Ormyat a time when U.S. rail traffic has declined due to softness in the energy and
BNSF Railway opens $40M switching yard in Von Ormy
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 14 days ago
at a time when U.S. rail traffic has declined due to softness in the energy and manufacturing sectors, according to the Association of American Railroads. U.S. carload traffic, including intermodal containers and trailers, in 2015 totaled 27.97... Read more

People in this news