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Oil tankers in fiery West Virginia crash were built with new safety features
Michael Henninger/Post-GazetteFrom the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.The CSX Corp train that derailed, ignited and spilled into the Kanawha River in Mount Carbon, W. Va., can be seen from across the river on Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2015.The railroad cars involved in the fiery derailment in West Virginia on...
NTSB Gathering Information on CSX Crude Oil Train Derailment in West Virginia
Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board’s office of Railroad, Pipeline, and Hazardous Materials are in communication with the Federal Railroad Administration and CSX emergency response crews since the derailment that occurred in West Virginia yesterday and will continue to...
Train Crash Fire Causes Town Evacuation
16 February 2015 Last updated at 22:31 from: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-31492659 Fiery train crash forces W Virginia towns to evacuateAs Laura Westbrook reports, the train was carrying more than 100 tankers of oil Two West Virginia towns have been evacuated after a...
CSX closes 4-state network; Amtrak suspends service
 CSX closes 4-state network; Amtrak suspends serviceCSX has closed its rail lines from Richmond, Va., to Albany, N.Y., and from Boston to Brunswick, Md., in anticipation of Hurricane Sandy, according to the railroad's service advisory. Cleanup equipment and power generators are being...
TRANSCAER® names national award recipients
TRANSCAER® (Transportation Community Awareness and Emergency Response), a voluntary national outreach effort that focuses on assisting communities to prepare for and respond to a possible hazardous materials transportation incident, today announced the recipients of its 2011 National Awards...
CSX launches 5-state hiring spree, looking for more than 500 workers
CSX launches 5-state hiring spree, looking for more than 500 workersCSX will be scouting for new employees in Alabama, Maryland, New York, Indiana and Tennessee as part of its projected hiring of 3,500 people across its network this year. The workforce expansion is driven by worker attrition and...
CSX lauds safety efforts of chemical customers
CSX lauds safety efforts of chemical customersCSX recognized more than 60 shipping companies for their safety efforts with the Chemical Safety Excellence Award. "All of our award winners share CSX's intense focus on the safe transportation of chemical products," said Clarence Gooden, CSX...
Rails report 3rd quarter 2011 earnings
CSX reported a 12 percent increase in profit for the third quarter 2011 versus the third quarter 2010, much of it the result of higher freight rates as traffic volume slowed.The railroad said higher fuel surcharges improved its bottom line, offsetting higher costs. CSX said also that its earnings...
CSX to invest $250M on rail track expansion project in Fla. city
CSX to invest $250M on rail track expansion project in Fla. cityCSX is reportedly planning to spend $250M for rail track expansion in Ocala, Fla., which will be the "equivalent of an interstate highway" for freight railroads. Local officials also discussed a plan for a business park that would...
NS, CSX to recruit at job fair for vets in W.Va.
NS, CSX to recruit at job fair for vets in W.Va.The railroad industry could hire about 15,000 workers this year, according to AAR CEO and President Edward Hamberger. As a step in that direction, CSX and Norfolk Southern will be among those recruiting military veterans at a job fair in West...

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