PAS: Vermont Opposes G&W Control with Prejudice, Part 1

"The choice for Applicants is clear – present a truly competitive alternative, or face rejection of the application."

PAS: Vermont Opposes G&W Control with Prejudice, Part 1

27.August, Montpelier VT – Vermont DOT (Vtrans, representing the State of Vermont) filed a stern Comment in Opposition to the CSX Revised Application to acquire Pan Am Systems. On the same day, Vermont Rail Systems filed their equally indignant Reply in Opposition to Pittsburgh & Shawmut’s (subsidiary of Genesee & Wyoming) Petition for Exemption to […]

ME PORTS: Maine Commissions Infrastructure Study

Maine ports stand to benefit from development of offshore wind generation, but must overcome persistent personnel shortages

ME PORTS: Maine Commissions Infrastructure Study

15.August, August ME – The State of Maine Governor’s Energy Office has contracted the Xodus Group to undertake an Offshore Wind Supply Chain and Workforce Opportunity Assessment (State of Maine RFP# 202105074), as an initial step toward developing Maine’s offshore wind assets. The Assessment is part of the Maine Offshore Wind Roadmap initiative, and will consume ~$300,000 of […]

PREZ: Competition Order In the Wrong Lane

PREZ: Competition Order In the Wrong Lane

President Biden’s 09.July executive order On Promoting Competition in the American Economy targets corporate consolidation and anticompetitive behavior in the freight-rail and ocean shipping industries (among others). In his recent article, One If By Land, Two If By Sea, Manhattan Institute fellow Connor Harris asserts that, regulations that subsidize trucking while raising costs on heavy […]

CSX/PAR Sale: STB Decision #4 Accepts Application

Going forward, primary document to be called "Revised Application"

CSX/PAR Sale: STB Decision #4 Accepts Application

STB Decision No. 4 in STB Finance Docket No. 36472; Notice of Acceptance of Application and Related Filings; Issuance of Procedural Schedule. Click to read the Full Decision. Approved Schedule. Click to read the Full Decision, Approved Schedule.

NEC: CT Benefits From NEC 2035 Vision

The Connect NEC 2035 plan calls for the completion of 150 significant projects over 15 years at cost of $100 billion dollars.

NEC: CT Benefits From NEC 2035 Vision

We are glad to feature this excellent report from the CT Examiner reporting on the Connecticut-related elements of the Northeast Corridor Commission’s Connect NEC 2035 plan to undertake 150 vital improvement projects along the Northeast Corridor. Links to Connect NEC 2035: Full Plan, Executive Summary A New Hartford Station, Resolving High-Speed Rail Bypasses, Headline NEC Future Announcement […]

MC: New Bedford Parcel to Support Windfarms

Cannon Street Power Station will be developed to stage and support offshore wind energy projects

MC: New Bedford Parcel to Support Windfarms

14.July, New Bedford MA – The decommissioned Cannon Street Power Station will be developed to stage and support offshore wind energy projects, and possibly serve the New Bedford fishing fleet as an additional offloading site. The redevelopment plan is pending on the announced sale of nearly the entire site by Eversource Energy and Sprague Resources, […]

CSX: The Goodness of Their Heart?

By incorporating Pan Am Systems, CSX is giving its PSR champions a juicy, low-hanging target to drive down O/R and still spare the rest of its already-there network.

CSX: The Goodness of Their Heart?

Identifying the Real Competition CSX’s prospective acquisition of PAR presents an improvement in practically every aspect of New England’s rail industry. Simply by virtue of being a Class I railroad, they will certainly improve the track, rolling stock, operation, and reliability along every mile of the PAR/PAS network. They will connect New England shippers/receivers to […]

DRVN Salt Objects to Wind Development at Port of New London

Dredging Permit gets objection from ousted tenant at New London

DRVN Salt Objects to Wind Development at Port of New London

Ousted New London salt distributor, DRVN, is not giving up quietly. After operating at the port since 2014, DRVN had its 3.5 acre lease canceled in February to make way for a conversion at the port to wind turbine business for offshore wind projects. According to formal objections to dredging permits filed May 3rd by […]

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