Railroad Newsline for Friday, 02/08/08
Author: Larry W. Grant
Date: 02-07-2008 - 20:00






Railroad Newsline for Friday, February 08, 2008

Compiled by Larry W. Grant

In Memory of Rob Carlson, 1952 2006






RAIL NEWS




BNSF ISSUES SERVICE ADVISORY REGARDING SEVERE WINTER WEATHER IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST

[domino.bnsf.com]




JURY DECIDING WHETHER BNSF CAUSED CANCER; PLAINTIFF SAYS CHEMICALS ON HER HUSBAND'S WORK CLOTHES MADE HER SICK

[www.star-telegram.com]




INDIANA STEELMAKER EXPRESSES CONCERN OVER EJ&E RAILWAY PURCHASE

[www.thetimesonline.com]




RAILCAR CLEANUP (Photo with caption)

[www.billingsgazette.net]




REVENUE GROWTH, OPERATING RATIO IMPROVEMENT AND RECORD OPERATING INCOME HIGHLIGHT KANSAS CITY SOUTHERN'S FOURTH QUARTER AND FULL-YEAR 2007 EARNINGS

[notes.kcsi.com]




FUNDING FOR V&T RUNNING OUT OF STEAM

[www.nevadaappeal.com]




RAILROAD OFFICIALS STILL LOOKING INTO CAUSE OF WELLINGTON, KANSAS DERAILMENT (With photo)

[www.wgtndailynews.com]




BUSH HOPES TO CUT AMTRAK FUNDING

[www.courierpostonline.com]




TOWER REPLICA COMING TO ASHWAUBENON RAILROAD MUSEUM

[www.greenbaypressgazette.com]




AREA OFFICIALS STUDY RAILROAD BYPASS LINE THROUGH FORT BEND COUNTY, TEXAS

[www.fortbendnow.com]




FISCAL YEAR 2009 BUDGET PROPOSES CUTS IN TRANSPORTATION FUNDING

[www.logisticsmgmt.com]




RAILS-TO-TRAILS PROGRAM BRINGS HISTORIAN SPEAKER TO ALAMOGORDO

[www.alamogordonews.com]




'OPERATION PAPER CLIP' BROUGHT RASMUSSEN TO ALAMOGORDO AREA FROM GERMANY

[www.alamogordonews.com]




SUGAR LAND, TEXAS RESIDENTS MAY NOTICE SOUND DURING WAYSIDE HORN TESTING

[www.fortbendnow.com]




BURLINGTON NORTHERN SANTA FE CFO SELLS SHARES

[www.forbes.com]




KCS TO DEPLOY GPS BALLAST TRAIN, CWR TRAIN AND GEN-SET SWITCHERS

[www.progressiverailroading.com]




IFT COMPLETES RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT EFFORTS FOR DIESOLIFT (TM) 10 IN RAIL ENGINE APPLICATIONS

[www.foxbusiness.com]




BNSF TRAINS TO INCREASE SPEEDS THROUGH MITCHELL, SOUTH DAKOTA

[www.mitchellrepublic.com]




INDIANA RAIL CROSSING SITE OF MASSIVE WRECK (With photo)

[www.indystar.com]




MICHIGAN SCHOOL BUS DRIVE FACING CHARGES; DROVE AROUND RAILROAD CROSSARMS WITH BUS LOAD OF KIDS

[www.dl-online.com]




INDIANA POLICE PROBE STOLEN BULLDOZER/TRAIN COLLISION INCIDENT

[www.goedwardsville.com]




DELAWARE MAN LYING ON TRACKS BLOCKS ONCOMING TRAIN

[www.wboc.com]




LAKELAND, FLORIDA BOARD TINKERS WITH RAILROAD RESOLUTION

[www.theledger.com]




PORT OF VIRGINIA REPORTS GROWTH FOR THE SIXTH STRAIGHT YEAR

[www.logisticsmgmt.com]




VOLUNTEER STEPS FORWARD ON MASSACHUSETTS DEPOT RESTORATION PROJECT

[www.eagletribune.com]




ONE KILLED IN RUSH AT RAIL STATION IN CHINA

[news.xinhuanet.com]




PASSENGER TELLS OF 61-HOUR TRIP ON CHINA TRAIN

[archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com]




TRANSIT NEWS

PROPOSED BILL WOULD DISCOUNT UTAH TRANSIT ON RED-BURN DAYS

[www.sltrib.com]




SEATTLE LIGHT-RAIL TUNNEL SLATED TO GET $100 MILLION BOOST

[seattletimes.nwsource.com]




NO INJURIES AS CAR COLLIDES WITH LIGHT-RAIL TRAIN IN DENVER (With photo)

[www.myfoxcolorado.com]




ST. PAUL CITY COUNCIL PUSHES FOR ADDITIONAL CENTRAL CORRIDOR LIGHT-RAIL STOPS

[www.startribune.com]




DENVER'S FASTRACKS IN LINE FOR $290 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDS

[www.denverpost.com]




KANSAS CITY MAYOR'S REGIONAL LIGHT-RAIL PROPOSAL UNLIKELY TO GAIN TRACTION

[voices.kansascity.com]




23 MILLION PASSENGERS A YEAR, NO RAIL IN SIGHT

[www.connectionnewspapers.com]




INDIANAPOLIS CIVIC LEADERS PLAN STREETCAR COMEBACK

[cms.ibj.com]




LIRR, 10 UNIONS APPROVE PAY HIKE, PENSION REDUCTION

[www.timesledger.com]




THE END





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