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
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
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
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...
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...
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...
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
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
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
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
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...
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...