Pacific Harbor Line (PHL) and the Federal Railroad Administration today welcomed the latest PHL class of locomotive engineers to serve the important role of moving millions of shipping containers 24/7 at the Los Angeles/Long Beach ports complex. Today’s graduation ceremony, with the world’s newest emission-free locomotive stationed in the background, highlights both PHL’s vital
Pacific Harbor Line (PHL), an Anacostia Company, is the recipient of two of ASLRRA’s annual awards, the inaugural Environmental Award and the Veterans Engagement Award. The Association recognized PHL for these achievements this morning at its Annual Conference and Exhibition in New Orleans, Louisiana. “PHL has been a leader in the short line industry in
Trains Magazine (September 2022) article: A Short Line Like No Other, features Pacific Harbor Line’s role in keeping traffic moving at North America’s biggest port complex.
Cooper Recycling had solely employed trucking to haul its recycled debris until it began using the New York & Atlantic in September 2021. Cooper Recycling opted to divert a major portion of its outbound traffic because of rail’s flexibility to reach farther points, and its lower transportation cost compared with trucking.
When it was time for Master’s Degree students in the University of Denver’s (DU) Transportation and Supply Chain Institute to experience the transportation industry at one of its critical nerve centers, they visited Pacific Harbor Line (PHL), the short-line railroad responsible for maintaining fluidity inside America’s busiest intermodal gateway.
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Louisville & Indiana Railroad (LIRC), an affiliate of Chicago-based Anacostia Rail Holdings Company, has acquired the assets and operating rights of the former Southern Indiana Railway (SIND), a short line located in the Louisville metropolitan area.
The Chicago South Shore & South Bend Railroad (CSS) & SMART TD (International Association of Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation Workers) successfully approved a new five-year contract for the line’s transportation employees. Ratified March 18, 2022, the pact runs from October 1, 2021 to September 30, 2026. Currently represented are 32 locomotive engineers, conductors