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Now On Line: Railway Age’s July 2021 Digital Edition
North America’s freight rail industry faces daunting challenges as the 21st century enters its third decade. Railroad CEOs—the industry’s thought leaders—address them in a series of essays written exclusively for Railway Age:
• Ian Jefferies, Association of American Railroads: Sustainable Economic and Legislative Policies • Katie Farmer, BNSF: Leveraging Advanced Technologies • Keith Creel, Canadian Pacific: Growing the Top Line • JJ Ruest, CN: Improving Customer Supply Chain Visibility • Jim Foote, CSX: Railroads as a Sustainable Business • Pat Ottensmeyer, Kansas City Southern: Maximizing USMCA for Cross-Border Growth • Jim Squires, Norfolk Southern: Building the Digital Railroad of the Future • Lance Fritz, Union Pacific: Smart Capital Investment Strategies • Peter Gilbertson, Anacostia Rail Holdings: Providing Outstanding Customer Service • Dean Piacente, OmniTRAX: Building Better Communities Through Industrial Development • Dan Smith, Watco: Integrated Transportation Services Fuel Growth
Also in the March issue, learn how:
• Data science is helping railroads better understand and maintain right-of-way performance—by Allan M. Zarembski, Ph.D., FASME, Hon. Mbr. AREMA, Professor of Practice and Director, Railroad Engineering and Safety Program, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Deleware.
• Industrial and graphic design is playing a key role in the emergence of a safer and more sustainable mass transit industry during (and after) the COVID-19 pandemic—by Cesar Vergara, Vergarastudio
• CSX is using advanced analytics and autonomous data collection systems in m/w tasks.
• The evolution toward safety-relevant Human Machine Interfaces for train control is under way.
• TTCI is evaluating state-of-the-art wheel steels for improved life and damage resistance.
These highlights and more can be found in Railway Age’s March 2021 issue.
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