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After 30 years with the Port of Benton, top executive has decided to call it quits
June 6, 2019
Scott Keller, the Port of Benton’s longtime executive director, is retiring, the port announced Tuesday.
Diahann Howard, director of economic dev...
U.S. rail traffic decline continued in Week 16
April 26, 2019
U.S. railroads' traffic volume fell 2.4 percent to 526,141carloads and intermodal units for the week ending April 20 compared with the same week in 20...
FTA proposes changes to joint project development guidance
April 24, 2019
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) is soliciting comments on proposed changes to its guidance for transit agencies seeking to pursue joint devel...
TSA appoints rail members to transportation security committee
April 12, 2019
The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has formed the Surface Transportation Security Advisory Committee, which will advise the agency on se...
G&W: Q3 2017 results 'weaker than expected'
November 6, 2017
Genesee & Wyoming Inc. reported third-quarter financial results that were "modestly weaker than expected," with diluted earnings per share of 80 cents...
Any way you cut it, Richland a french fry powerhouse
October 27, 2017
Association of American Railroads COVID-19 Response
April 15, 2020
Short-line railroaders’ views vary on how PSR has impacted their operations
By Julie Sneider, Senior Associate Editor
The 603 short lines operating in the United States play a critical role in the nation’s freight transportatio...
Man killed after being hit by a train north of Pasco
October 24, 2019
A man was found dead near a Franklin County intersection after being hit by a train.
Emergency crews were called to the intersection of Selph...
These projects should make your commute safer and faster. Here’s where your taxes are going
June 11, 2019
There’s a bit of something for everyone in the $9.8 billion transportation package lawmakers approved last week in Olympia.
The budget reaffirms the co...