Freight Moving Again Through DC Derailment SiteA CSX spokesman says freight has begun moving again through the site of a weekend train derailment in Washington.
Effect of Freight Train Derailment In DC Extends to 2nd DayCommuters are finding a different way into work for a second day after a weekend freight train derailment in Washington.
CSX Derailment Affects Commuter Train Service Into WashingtonThe derailment of a CSX train in Washington, D.C. is forcing some commuters to find a different way to work.
Hazmat Investigating Sodium Hydroxide Leak After CSX Train DerailmentA hazmat investigation was underway after a CSX freight train derailed on Sunday morning.
Md. Railroads To Install Life-Saving Technology By End Of The YearFederal regulators say most railroads are not on track meet a deadline to install safety technology to prevent deadly crashes, such as the one in Philadelphia that killed three people who had ties to Maryland.
Nonprofit Creates PSA To Promote Train Tracks SafetyOne of the largest businesses in the country sought out a tiny nonprofit in Baltimore to help it solve a problem.
NTSB: Distracted Truck Driver Using Bluetooth Caused 2013 Fiery Train DerailmentFederal investigators find a distracted driver and lax safety regulations led to a train derailment and massive explosion in Baltimore County last year---and they say not enough has been done to stop it from happening again.
Md. Withdraws Funding For Double-Stack Rail CarsTransportation officials say Maryland has pulled all funding for a proposed double-stack rail facility and ended its agreement with CSX to build a facility in southwest Baltimore.
NTSB Provides New Insight Into The 2013 CSX Train Crash, Explosion In RosedaleThe NTSB opens up hundreds of pages of documents detailing the train and truck collision in Rosedale one year ago that caused a fiery explosion and weeks of cleanup.
Baltimore And CSX To Split Landslide Repair CostsSplitting the bill! City officials and representatives have agreed to split the $15 million construction costs to rebuild 26th Street after a major collapse back in April displaced residents for weeks and swallowed cars onto the CSX tracks.
City And CSX Agree To Split 26th Street Collapse Repair CostsThe city of Baltimore and CSX agree to split the cost of rebuilding the collapsed retaining wall along E. 26th Street.
Tab Increases Nearly $100K In 26th Street Collapse DamageThe bill for the damage created by the collapsed 26th Street is on the rise. Baltimore City has paid nearly $100,000 for hotels and other needs of displaced Charles Village residents. The price tag is in addition to the $18.5 million estimated cost for reconstruction.