Friday Jul 18
The Chronicle Herald
Minister: Railway action needed
The meeting was held in Mayor Cecil Clarke's office. It was led by federal Transportation Minister Lisa Raitt and included senior executives from CN and Genesee & Wyoming, which owns the Cape Breton & Central Nova Scotia Railway line that runs from Truro to Sydney.
Genesee & Wyoming: The Weather Is Good Again
Genesee & Wyoming Inc. stock has not done much in the last few months, relative to the broader market or in absolute.
Press release distribution, EDGAR filing, XBRL, regulatory filings
Revenue for the fourth quarter and for the fisc... )--Ares Capital Corporation announced that it plans to make a public offering of 11,850,000 shares of its common stock.
Pictou County train derailment cause released
Six cars - two carrying butane and four carrying propane - were strewn along the tracks on Lansdowne Road after a train derailment in Pictou County in June.
The Chronicle Herald
Sydney port tied to rail future
Developing the Port of Sydney is critical to keeping its freight line operating, provincial Transportation Minister Geoff MacLellan said after a two-hour closed-door meeting in Arichat.
Genesee & Wyoming Stock Rating Upgraded by Zacks
The firm currently has a $106.00 price objective on the stock. Zacks 's target price suggests a potential upside of 1.31% from the stock's previous close.
Region shows strong support for rail upgrade grant request
New London About 50 political and business leaders gathered this morning to voice strong support for the state's application for an $8.3 million federal grant to upgrade the New England Central Railroad line from the shoreline to the Massachusetts border to spur economic development throughout the region.
Myrtle Beach Online
Courtney solicits support for freight rail upgrade
Courtney has scheduled a 10 a.m. meeting Monday at New London Union Station to hear from local officials, business leaders and advocates for the New England Central Rail line.
Mallee roads need upgrade if local rail lines close: RAA
The RAA says the potential closure of two rail lines in South Australia's Mallee would put too much pressure on the region's already deteriorating roads.