News
The Lac-Mégantic rail disaster. Photo: Transportation Safety Board
Bruce Campbell | Only those at the bottom of the responsibility pyramid have been blamed for a catastrophe that killed 47 people
Columnists
Ole Hendrickson | Standing idle in the heart of the nation's capital, the Prince of Wales rail bridge embodies the absurdity of Canadian transport policy.
Podcast
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Erica Butler | Tim Hayman gives a great overview of recent Canadian rail history and shares his thoughts on the management and future of rail lines in Canada.
Blog
David Suzuki | The world's great cities have one thing in common: safe, affordable, sustainable public transit. Toronto is getting there but a plan to use diesel engines on a new line doesn't make the grade.
Columnists
Elizabeth Littlejohn | Today, Friday, September 28, the whistle on the Ontario Northlander train will no longer sound as it travels a thousand kilometres through northeastern Ontario.
Columnists
Elizabeth Littlejohn | On March 23, the Ontario government began the process of cancelling the Ontario Northlander train service, which serves northeastern communities from Toronto to Cochrane.
Podcast
Jon Voight, Denzel Washington, Chris Pine, Tony Scott, Eric Roberts | Looking for excellent action in all the wrong places? Check the tracks 'cause they're coming through! Two terrific action flicks riding the rails at top speed.