Latest Rail News

General Electric announced that Rafael Santana, president and Chief Executive of GE Latin America, has been named president and CEO of GE Transportation, effective November 1.

Amtrak has named marketing expert J. Timothy "Tim" Griffin as executive vice president and chief marketing officer.

Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) upgrades to its Woodbine Station are complete, following an overhaul to make the station fully accessible.

As wildfires burn in its service region, Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) will continue to provide free train service for passengers through Sunday, Oct.15 to assist evacuees and others who need transportation options.

Caltrans released the public draft of the California State Rail Plan, which outlines a new framework for California's rail network, for new and better rail transportation, and multimodal and community connections in the state for the next 20 years and beyond.

President and Chief Executive Officer of the Florida East Coast Railway, LLC, Jim Hertwig was unanimously elected chair by the Transportation Institute at the University of Denver (DTI) board of directors.

Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) along with officials of the City of Shaker Heights will participate in a ribbon cutting ceremony celebrating the newly upgraded Lee-Shaker Station on the authority's Green Line.

NJ Transit is utilizing its two AquaTrack machines to clean fallen leaves off its rails.

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) has announced plans to expand New York City Transit's Enhanced Station Initiative to the 30th Av and 36th Av N, W stations.

Charah®, LLC has opened a fly ash storage and rail-to-truck transloading terminal in Colorado, in partnership with OmniTRAX. The new terminal, located in Kelim, Co. near Denver, is part of Charah's expanding MultiSource™ network, a distribution system of multiple sourcing locations across the country that ensures a steady and reliable supply of Class C and Class F fly ash for ready-mix concrete producers.

The Denver-area terminal will provide concrete producers in the Metro Denver and surrounding region with a reliable source of quality Class F fly ash.

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