TrinityRail s proud to sponsor multiple episodes of the Rail Group on Air podcast series, a joint production from Railway Age, RT&S (Railway Track & Structures) and IRJ (International Railway Journal).
We plan to sponsor the following Rail Group on Air podcast episodes:
- April 20, 2020 News, Podcasts
Norfolk Southern’s “Can-Do” Culture Keeps Freight Moving: Special Podcast Series—The Coronavirus and the Rail Industry
- June 11, 2020 Class I, Freight, M/W, News, Podcasts, Short Lines & Regionals
Talking Projects, Maintenance and COVID-19 With CSX V.P. of Engineering Ricky Johnson: Rail Group on Air
- July 01, 2020 Class I, Freight, Freight Forecasting, Intermodal, M/W, News, Podcasts
BNSF’s Carl Ice, Katie Farmer and Steve Bobb: Rail Group On Air Podcast
- July 28, 2020 Class I, Finance/Leasing, Freight, Freight Cars, Intermodal, Mechanical, News, Podcasts
A Look Ahead With CN President and CEO JJ Ruest: Rail Group On Air Podcast
The podcast series will feature rail industry leaders discussing the current and future state of the industry. Guests will include 2020 Railroader of the Year and President and CEO of Kansas City Southern Pat Ottensmeyer, Union Pacific Chief Operating Officer Jem Vena, Valley Transportation Authority’s Brandi Childress, Nortfolk Southern Executive Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer John Scheib, and many more.
You can follow along or subscribe to the podcast series at the following:
About Railway Age
The most informed, inform. Railway Age’s experienced editors—knowledgeable of the past, in tune with today and looking to tomorrow—search for answers, and get them from across the industry: management, labor, suppliers, government, the financial community, all the sources that matter. Through interviews, research, conferences and seminars, Railway Age editors raise issues and seek solutions. They ask the important questions and get the answers that are important to their readers.
About Railway Track & Structures
Railway Track & Structures is a monthly technical magazine with more than 9,000 qualified subscribers. It is designed to meet the information needs of the track and other civil engineering-related areas of North American rail freight and passenger operators. Emphasis is placed on the $US 9 billion business of building and maintaining railway infrastructure, including track, bridges and other structures, and wayside communications and signaling systems. It is the only railway magazine devoted entirely to rail engineering and maintenance-of-way.
About International Railway Journal
The International Railway Journal is the global monthly magazine for rail industry professionals. Covering all aspects of the world’s railways from heavy-haul freight to high-speed passenger, metros and light rail, IRJ brings its readers the latest industry news, analysis and features online and in-print. IRJ’s well-respected team of journalists and correspondents have intimate working knowledge of the industry and travel the world to bring our readers the latest news and developments in rail transport.