Class I Railroads

News and analysis focused on shipping and Class I U.S. railroads such as CSX Transportation, Union Pacific Railroad and Kansas City Southern Railway.

 

Commentary

Four weeks into the Trump administration, it appears the trade rhetoric of the campaign may well find expression in actual policy.

News & Analysis

16 Feb 2017
Four weeks into the Trump administration, it appears the trade rhetoric of the campaign may well find expression in actual policy.
08 Feb 2017
The US Surface Transportation Board, the top rail regulatory agency, proposed a new rule in July that would permit so-called reciprocal switching. Now, however, the proposed rule might be derailed even before it leaves the station.
03 Feb 2017
A new tenant plans to build the largest-ever speculative building constructed in the area.
01 Feb 2017
“The lowest cost supply chain will win.”
27 Jan 2017
The potential benefits are significant, lowering costs and paving the way for further import growth.
26 Jan 2017
Union Pacific Railroad’s discussion of pricing challenges for ocean containers in the fourth quarter was a rare admission of its inability to charge ocean carriers what it wants.
26 Jan 2017
Norfolk Southern Railway and CSX Transportation said they gained international intermodal volume in the fourth quarter.
20 Jan 2017
Pending any dramatic shakeup to trade relations, the railway — which operates a north-south network in Mexico and the US Midwest — said that despite recent downturn in intermodal revenue and volume, it remains optimistic about growing cross-border intermodal trade.
19 Jan 2017
President and Chief Operating Officer Keith Creel said international business growth is welcome but, “we’re not going to bet the farm on it.”
19 Jan 2017
E. Hunter Harrison is leaving Canadian Pacific Railway early possibly to try to take the reins of CSX Transportation