As the most environmentally sound way to move freight over land, U.S. freight rail is using technology and smart operations to limit greenhouse gas emissions, increase fuel efficiency and reduce its carbon footprint
“Congressman Clyburn is one of the most effective leaders this generation has seen in advancing bipartisan policy, including every transportation bill of consequence for his nearly twenty years atop the Democratic caucus,” said AAR CEO Ian Jefferies.
AAR Senior Economist Luisa Fernandez-Willey dives into 2019’s rail traffic numbers to provide a better understanding of the current state of the industry and a sense of what 2020 may bring.
Jan. 22Rail Traffic for the Week Ending January 18, 2020Washington, D.C.
Jan. 22Representative James E. Clyburn Receives Railroad Achievement Award in CharlestonCharleston, SC
Jan. 15Rail Traffic for the Week Ending January 11, 2020Washington, D.C.
Jan. 9AAR Statement on National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) ModernizationWashington, D.C.