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1 hr ago | TwinCities
State Rep. Sheldon Johnson says the city of St. Paul's environmental assessment worksheet doesn't go far enough in analyzing Canadian Pacific Railway's planned expansion of its rail yard at Pig's Eye Lake, an extension of the Mississippi River.
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2 hrs ago | KSDK-TV Saint Louis
Union Pacific Railroad will be making a critical repair to the tracks that cross Kirkwood Road near the Amtrak Station.
3 hrs ago | Asbury Park Press
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey took more steps Wednesday to rescind a $1-a-year lease for a park-and-ride lot near the Lincoln Tunnel that raised questions about conflicts of interest with the agency's former chairman.
6 hrs ago | WOWT-TV Omaha
The Union Pacific Railroad has been ordered to reinstate an injured employee and pay the worker more than $85,000 in damages in a clash over an injury on the job.
8 hrs ago | GuruFocus.com
How many times have we seen the same movie? The good or bad guy, chased by the law, going south.
10 hrs ago | Reuters
Canada's main stock index edged narrowly higher in early trade on Wednesday, with better-than-expected profits at Canadian National Railway Co offset by dips in heavyweight bank shares.
14 hrs ago | Denton Record-Chronicle
A man was killed instantly late Monday when he was struck by a train near Dallas Drive and Johnson Street in Denton.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority wants to prevent disasters like last December's Metro-North crash by screening employees for sleep apnea.
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Railcars sit at a Canadian National Railway yard in Hamilton, Ontario in this February 19, 2004 file photo.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. posted higher profits for the first three months of the year and beat market expectations, but CEO Hunter Harrison says he's happy to put the quarter behind him.
The S&P/TSX composite index gained 24.35 points to 14,518.03. The Canadian dollar gave up early gains to move down 0.19 of a cent to 90.6 cents US as the U.S. dollar strengthened in the wake of data showing existing-home sales fell 0.2 per cent last month to an annual rate of 4.59 million, higher than the annual rate of 4.55 million that economists ... (more)
The price of coal from the Powder River Basin recently hit-two year highs, and now the major railroads are seeing increased coal carloads.
Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd.'s net income rose by 16 per cent in the first quarter, a sign the Calgary-based carrier overcame the harsh winter as it posted a profit of $254-million or $1.44 a share.
U.S. railroads are obvious winners from the latest delay in the Keystone XL Pipeline approval, and some of the freight operators with the biggest growth in petroleum shipments look undervalued, according to an analysis of Thomson Reuters data.
Cathy Henry wondered about the black stuff. It coated the hands and feet of her 19-month-old twin girls when they played on the balcony of her West Ghent duplex.
City Council was set to approve an $888,539 agreement with Bowman Colorado Group for construction work as part of the improvements on East 104th Avenue.