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Rail regulators withdraw safety rule requiring "crew redundancy"
Railroad workers union warns of driverless trains, considers legal appeal.
Hub Group launches enhanced visibility solutions
Transportation and supply chain solutions provider applies artificial intelligence and machine learning to deliver real-time, shipment-level ETAs, company says.
Boxcars to boardrooms: interview with Doug Sampson
Forty years ago, Doug Sampson took a summer job unloading boxcars at a public warehouse. He's still at the company today, but now he's senior vice president and partner.
Norfolk Southern breaks ground on Atlanta headquarters
Railroad launches construction of headquarters facility, which will be relocated from Norfolk, Virginia.
Trade conference offers updates on customs policies, China tariffs, cargo insurance
Customs, trade, and transportation experts will provide practical advice at CONECT Northeast Trade & Transportation Conference April 9-11.
Wabtec completes merger with GE Transportation
Combined entity to join S&P 500 stock index thanks to $8 billion annual revenue, 23,000 locomotives.
Port of Savannah notches record container volume for 2018
Infrastructure work on tap includes harbor deepening, new cranes, intermodal rail expansion.
Sick AG tests sensor durability at rugged outdoor test site
German firm tests supply chain electronics on autonomous car track, mock railway station.
Port of New York and New Jersey says rail facility will cut truck congestion
Port Jersey rail facility will handle 900,000 rail lifts a year, replacing 1.5 million truck trips.
Senate confirms two commissioners to Surface Transportation Board
Rail industry regulation agency now has three of five seats filled, but remains closed in government shutdown.

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