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Metrolinx RFI eyes EMU and locomotive options

Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area agency Metrolinx has issued a Request for Information... To view the full article please click

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Loonie may hit 0.75 cents US before an upswing begins

In the following weeks the mighty greenback should extend its appreciation a little bit more... To view the full article please click

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Bombardier Expands Rail Control and Signalling Presence in China

Bombardier Transportation and the New United Group (NUG) have finalised their agreement to establish a new joint venture... To view the full article please click

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CN reports increased grain export levels during first half of 2014-15 crop year

CN Chief Executive Officer Claude Mongeau announced yesterday that the railroad has exported approximately 18 percent more grain... To view the full article please click...

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Short rail lines still in the picture

Short lines are still a vibrant part of rail transport, and contrary to popular belief,
 producer cars are more popular now than they ever were... To view the full article...

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Altex Energy CEO: There is Still a Case for Moving Canadian Crude by Rail

John Zahary, President and Chief Executive Officer of Altex Energy, a company that owns and operates eight crude-by-rail terminals... To view the full article please click...

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Canadian Pacific Railway cuts spending in wake of crude plunge

After a plunge in prices for crude oil, Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. is scaling back spending on its rail network... To view the full article please click

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India on wheels: Bombardier plans to cash in on Railways FDI, eyes projects worth $7-8 billion

MUMBAI: With the  Modi government opening up Indian railway infrastructure projects to foreign investments... To read full article click

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Rapid-transit funding outlined

Winnipeg Blue Bombers fans will likely be able to take rapid transit to football games starting in the 2020 season... To view full article click

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City says no to CN's final offer to reopen James Street Swing Bridge

THUNDER BAY -- The city is heading to court over the James Street swing bridge.... To view full article click

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Rail manufacturers enjoy good times after slew of large orders

Big projects led by a new train line for London are providing the UK’s rail manufacturing industry with its best outlook for almost a decade... To view full article click...

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IEA cuts Canadian oil growth forecast, as ‘business-as-unusual’ grips markets

The rules of the global oil market are being rewritten, forcing oil producers and oil economies to react to the 50% drop in crude prices, the International Energy Agency...