Downtrend in US Rail Traffic Persisted for 16th Straight WeekRail traffic fell againUS railroad companies reported rail traffic declines for the 16th straight week. The Association of American Railroads reported on May 16 that overall rail traffic
US Rail Traffic Downtrend Continued for the 15th Straight Week(Continued from Prior Part)CSX’s rail trafficCSX’s (CSX) overall rail traffic fell 2.3% YoY (year-over-year) to 121,472 railcars in Week 18 from 124,329 railcars in Week 18 of the
CN (CNR.TO) (CNI) today announced the appointment, effective July 1st, of new executive vice-president and chief operating officer (COO) Rob Reilly, and the promotion, effective June 3rd, of Michael Foster to executive vice-president and chief information and technology officer. Prior to his appointment as COO, Rob Reilly, 54, had 30 years of experience in the rail industry. “I am very pleased to be joining CN, the industry leader among North American railroads and the pioneer of scheduled railroading. I look forward to adding my experience to this already great team of scheduled railroaders,” said Rob Reilly, incoming executive vice-president and chief operating officer.
Downtrend in US Rail Traffic Persisted for 16th Straight Week(Continued from Prior Part)CNI’s rail traffic grewCanadian National Railway (CNI) registered a 1.3% YoY (year-over-year) improvement in its overall rail traffic in Week 19. The company
Canadian rail volumes rose again year-to-date for the week ended May 11, while U.S. rail volumes continued downward amid U.S. tariff uncertainty and a fuzzy economic picture. Of that total, Canadian rail operations moved 1.54 million carloads year-to-date, which is 2.7 percent more than the same period last year, and 1.3 million intermodal units, which is a 2 percent increase from a year ago.