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1 Rail News
2 Week 29: Rail Traffic Remains Ahead of '20, Behind '19
3 Week 28: Rail Traffic Ahead of '20, Down from '19
4 Rail Traffic Gains Build in 2Q21
5 Week 27: Carloads Up, Intermodal Down
6 Rail News
7 Biden to Target Railroads, Ocean Shipping in Executive Order
8 U.S. rail carload and intermodal volumes see gains, for week ending July 24, reports AAR
9 Rail Competition, Switching Under Scrutiny After Biden Order
10 How Biden’s Executive Order Could Reshape Rail and Ocean Shipping
11 Rail News
12 There's a Good Reason Biden Singled Out Railroads for Criticism
13 Reciprocal Switching: Complex, Expensive, Time-Consuming (ie Mostly a Bad Idea)
14 BNSF meters traffic from West Coast to Chicago
15 Railroad industry worried about Biden executive order | Nation | oleantimesherald.com
16 Shipper coalition urges federal regulators to permit reciprocal switching
17 June US Class I Rail Headcount Flat Even As Volumes Grow
18 Pandemic changed rail's product mix as e-commerce grew intermodal volumes
19 Are Electric Trains the Future for the American Railroad?
20 State of Logistics 2021: Rail/Intermodal
21 Rail News
22 Bennett, Lippy join TTCI
23 STB asks Class I railroads to explain 'substantial' demurrage fees
24 PSR-driven intermodal growth proves elusive
25 Union Pacific freight halt shows global supply chain struggles
26 TTCI R&D: Machine Learning for Machine Vision Systems
27 Rail Fights Primed as House Passes Funding Bump, Safety Mandates | Bloomberg Government
28 Kentucky Directs $2.5M to Freight Rail Projects
29 White House executive order 'encourages' freight rail and ocean sectors to make changes
30 Biden executive order could hinder Canadian National-Kansas City Southern merger
31 Railroad industry worried about President Biden's order | National News
32 Rail Roundup: Train crews, shippers’ views, shareholders choose
33 Nexxiot and TRIG Launch New Digital Transformation Partnership for Rail Cargo
34 Executive Order on Competition Mostly Praised in Shipping Community
35 U.S. freight railroads bolstered supply chain resilience during pandemic
36 Leading Business and Labor Groups Launch Coalition Supporting Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment
37 Railroads test out battery-powered trains. Cost is a hurdle
38 AAR's policy paper addresses how freight railroads are meeting challenges related to climate change
39 Association of American Railroads weighs in on climate policy
40 CREATE partners announce $19.1 million INFRA grant for Archer Avenue grade separation
41 The INVEST in America Act reeks. The rail policy portion smells the worst
42 Etihad Rail completes excavation of the GCC's longest rail tunnel as part of development of UAE National Rail Network
43 Worldwide Intermodals Industry to 2030
44 How Bipartisan Infrastructure Deal Impacts Rail, Transit
45 MARK BENNETT: Women were workin' on the railroad, too, in the 1800s
46 AAR: Rail Traffic 'Rebound'
47 Daybreak July 21: Lawmakers look at revising ag disaster program
48 Slower Traffic Growth Pattern Continues
49 AAR: 'Railroads Looking to the Future'
50 Ever want to drive a railroad locomotive? This is the next best thing
51 US intermodal growth will likely slow later in 2021
52 AAR reports 2020 U.S. rail carload and intermodal volumes are down annually
53 AAR: Railroads 'Stand Ready' to Combat Climate Change
54 Rail News
55 Co-Op stories: Student's internship highlights importance of networking | Penn State University
56 AAR: Intermodal Continues to Deliver
57 Week 11 Marks One Year of Pandemic-Related Traffic Disruption: AAR
58 Intermodal 7-Up, Carloads 10 Down: AAR
59 Rail Traffic Volumes Hold Steady Through Week 20: AAR
60 Rail News
61 AAR: Nearing Mid-Year, Carloads, Intermodal Up
62 AAR: Rail Traffic Down Slightly in Week 22
63 News from the Oil Patch: Prices erase $8 drop in one week Posted Jul 27, 2021
64 AAR: May 2021 Traffic Results 'Encouraging'
65 Carload and intermodal traffic strong in April and Q1: AAR, IANA
66 AAR: Intermodal Soars in Week 16
67 Carload, Intermodal Growth Trend Continues in Week 10: AAR
68 Association of American Railroads weekly traffic report
69 AAR: Total Weekly Traffic Near 2020 Levels
70 AAR's Bullish Traffic Data Supports U.S. Railroads' Recovery
71 AAR Week 14: Carload, Intermodal Traffic Up
72 What we know about Senate's Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework and transit funding
73 Rail can help meet 2021 policy challenges | TheHill
74 Rail Traffic Comparisons Remain 'Inflated' Due to Pandemic: AAR
75 Is Traffic Recovery Leveling Off?
76 US transport board voices concern over rail preparedness for peak
77 AAR to Biden-Harris: We 'Stand Ready to Work'
78 AAR: US Weekly Intermodal Volume Up Again
79 Don't Dismiss Freight Rail Electrification
80 Association of American Railroads traffic report for week ending May 2, 2020 and volumes for April 2020
81 Ethan Nadelmann Interview: How American Attitudes About Drugs Changed Overnight
82 Is electrifying the freight rail network cost prohibitive?
83 Rail News
84 Time for a New Class Exemption for Emergency Temporary Trackage Rights?
85 AAR's John Gray: 'Railroads are well prepared to support a strong recovery whenever it occurs'
86 US rail traffic climbed 28% in May despite supply chain constraints
87 CSX TDSI Earns AAR Awards for Terminal Quality
88 AAR: Intermodal Lifts Total Traffic as Carloads Play Catch-up
89 TTCI's Stabler Stepping Down
90 AAR, Railinc and agricultural shippers create visibility portal
91 Rail Insider-AAR: Railroads 'stand ready' to tackle climate change. Information For Rail Career Professionals From Progressive Railroading Magazine
92 AAR Week 52: Another 'Win' for Intermodal
93 Freight Railroads Funded Climate Denial for Decades
94 Biden's infrastructure plan gets mixed reviews from rail industry groups
95 Rail News
96 Railroads post strong volume but struggle with congestion
97 A repeating, positive pattern for US rail traffic
98 North American Rail Freight Down 10.5% Through 37 Weeks: AAR
99 AAR, Railinc, Ag Shippers Team on Food Safety
100 AAR Survey: Freight Rail “Critically Important”