Railroads prioritize cutting costs and raising prices (with a focus on the operating ratio). They have less concern about capacity and service.
We were thrilled to be mentioned in Railroad Weekly’s most recent post, “Shrilling and Grilling”!
Reciprocal switching is one of the most debated topics in rail. What does it mean, exactly? As defined by FreightWaves, “Reciprocal switching occurs when a shipper has access to one freight railroad but wants access to a nearby competing freight
On April 26th, RailState hosted our webinar: “On Track: Hot Topics in Rail.” We were thrilled with the turnout and the discussion! Thank you to everyone who made it such a great event.
The Surface Transportation Board is under pressure from the USDA to improve/implement “rail shipper-friendly” policies, to benefit agricultural commodity shippers.
Mid-March, the Biden administration announced an information-sharing program that would encourage ocean carriers, ports, trucks and major retailers to share data with each other, in order to combat supply chain disruptions and delays.