The FRA proposed rolling back the clock on train crew staffing — with no safety justification — and took steps to lock in two-person crews into the future. The rail industry urges the FRA to reconsider this political proposal that would hinder future progress in the rail industry.
Collective bargaining is the process used by railroads and rail labor to negotiate contracts, which results in highly successful outcomes for both parties while minimizing disruption to the nation’s economy.
From the people that power the network to the technology and data that inform their decisions, freight railroads keep the rail network safe from the beginning of a train’s journey to its end and beyond. Check out our newest infographic to learn more.
Aug. 10Rail Traffic for the Week Ending August 6, 2022
Aug. 3Rail Traffic for July and the Week Ending July 30, 2022
Aug. 2AAR Statement on the “Freight Rail Shipping Fair Market Act”Washington, D.C.
Jul. 29AAR Statement on Introduction of the Rail Employee Training Modernization ActWashington, D.C.