October, 2009 - jstagl - Editors' Posts - MyProgressiveRailroading

October, 2009

Editors' Posts

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  • Inside the 3Q numbers at CP and NS

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    Senior executives at Canadian Pacific and Norfolk Southern Corp. had a lot of interesting things to say yesterday during their respective Class I’s earnings teleconference and Webcast — things that went well beyond the usual financial statement...
  • Lobbyists, legislators and laughs at Wisconsin's Freight Rail Day

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    Yesterday, I attended “Freight Rail Day 2009” in Madison, Wis., at a hotel across the street from the capitol building. The one-day event was organized by the Wisconsin Railroad Committee — namely BNSF, CN, CP, UP, the Escanaba &...
  • CSX: Doing more with less

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    CSX Corp. has hundreds of furloughed train and engine-service workers and thousands of locomotives and rail cars at the ready to rejoin operations when traffic demand rebounds. As of Oct. 3, the Class I had furloughed 1,643 T&E employees (or 13 percent...
  • Economist survey: U.S. on the road to recovery

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    The good news: More than 80 percent of U.S. economists believe the recession is over and the economy is beginning to strengthen, according to a recent survey by the National Association for Business Economics. The bad news: The recovery will be slow because...
  • Of light rail and 3-D in Indy

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    The Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Organization (IMPO) was seeking a three-dimensional representation of its planned light-rail system between Noblesville and downtown Indianapolis. Who you gonna call? High schoolers. Mount Vernon High School students...
  • Happy 25th North Shore and Iowa Interstate

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    The North Shore Railroad Co. recently marked its 25th anniversary. Formed by Richard and Miriam Robey on Aug. 1, 1984, the company initially owned the North Shore Railroad and Nittany & Bald Eagle Railroad in Pennsylvania. The company now owns those...