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NS VP Calls for Infrastructure Invesment

A Norfolk Southern vice president recently called for making transportation infrastructure investment a priority during a conference in Florida.

Darrell Wilson, NS vice president of government relations, said the federal government should make infrastructure its top priority followed by some form of deregulation and tax reform. 49 more words

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PUCO OKs 3 Grade Crossing Upgrades

Railroad grade crossings in Allen, Ashtabula and Crawford counties will get new warning signals as a result of recent action by the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio. 77 more words

Railroad News

Wabash Heritage Unit Makes Appearance

The Wabash H-unit made a pass through Cleveland on Tuesday leading the 21Q. I was lucky enough to be able to get off work in time to catch it. 45 more words

Railfanning News And Features

NS Cites 2016 Progress in Meeting Strategic Goals

Norfolk Southern released it 2016 annual report this week and claims to be well on its way to achieving goals that it hopes to reach by 2020. 214 more words

Railroad News

NS Safety Train to Visit Canton, Columbus

The Norfolk Southern safety train will visit 23 cities this year including Canton and Columbus.

The train is part of the railroad’s Operation Awareness & Response program that provides free training to first responders about how to respond to a railroad incident. 152 more words

Railroad News

Steel Construction Begins on New NS Bridge

In a progress report Norfolk Southern said that steel construction has begun on the main arch span of the Portageville Rail Bridge that crosses the Genesee River in Letchworth State Park in Portageville, New York. 142 more words

Railroad News

Beach council votes to pay back $20M in full for light rail grant

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Virginia Beach City Council voted Tuesday to pay back $20 million in full for a state grant that was supposed to help the city fund a three-mile light rail extension from Newtown Road to Town Center. 344 more words