Two men were killed and two railroad workers were injured in a Rock County crash.
Union Pacific says crews are making "good progress" repairing but haven't reopened a stretch of track where several coal cars derailed near Milwaukee.
A second large railroad has told federal officials it isn't interested in a proposed $8 billion, 278-mile rail line from Indiana to Wisconsin aimed at relieving Chicago-area freight congestion.
In their testimony to a Milwaukee committee Wednesday, railroad officials described efforts to increase safety in the transport of oil and other hazardous substances. But they also revealed a patchwork of regulatory agencies with differing jurisdictions that are not always coordinated in their efforts.
A man who was driving a lawn tractor has died after his machine was struck by a train in Fall Creek, near Eau Claire.
The boom in demand for Wisconsin’s sand used for hydraulic fracturing has prompted conflicts and safety concerns along with an increase in rail traffic moving the commodity to other states.
The city of Milwaukee is seeking bids to repair damage caused when a Union Pacific train struck bridges at South 35th Street and South Howell Avenue.
Union Pacific Railroad will soon begin $30 million in improvements at the Altoona rail yard.
A Union Pacific train struck two overpasses Monday in Milwaukee.
Private companies are footing the bill for thousands of rail-related jobs in Wisconsin and it’s predicted that employment will continue to grow.
Timing is everything in most construction projects and that definitely was the case during the summer of 2011 as crews replaced the Highland Road Bridge over Interstate 43 in Mequon.
By James Briggs Gov. Scott Walker has signaled a firm commitment to trains in Wisconsin — just not the kind people can ride on. At a time when state aid […]
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