NCRR’s role in NC’s future

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December 15, 2016
Cambro, NCRR, Alamance Chamber Celebrate Completion of Industrial Park Lead Track, First Rail Shipment
Left to Right: Eddie Boswell, Chairman, Alamance County Board of Commissioners; Scott Saylor, NCRR President; Argyle Campbell, Cambro Manufacturing President; Arthur Samet, President, Samet Corporation; Mac Stephenson, President, Alamance Chamber; Glendel Stephenson, Mayor of Mebane; Paul Worley, Director, NCDOT Rail Division

Representatives from Cambro Manufacturing, the North Carolina Railroad Company (NCRR) the Alamance Chamber of Commerce, as well as Alamance County…

April 19, 2016
NCRR Hosts Sixth Progress In Motion Rail Forum
Progress in Motion Rail Forum 2016 Panel Discussion

The North Carolina Railroad Company (NCRR) held its sixth Progress in Motion Rail Forum today, April 19 at the Raleigh…

September 28, 2015
North Carolina Railroad Invests in Morrisville Bridge
Crabtree Creek Bridge

The North Carolina Railroad (NCRR) is partnering with the Town of Morrisville and will invest $6.9 million to construct a…

January 8, 2015
Railroad Passing Siding and Bridge Near the Lenoir-Wayne County Line Completed
Hartsoe Siding

Construction has been completed on a new passing siding and bridge on the North Carolina Railroad Company (NCRR) corridor near…

November 25, 2014
North Carolina Railroad Company Pursues $13 Million in Economic Development Investments

The North Carolina Railroad Company (NCRR) Board of Directors has approved moving forward with more than $13 million in economic…

October 7, 2014
North Carolina Railroad Company Board of Directors Elects New Chair
Franklin Rouse

RALEIGH, N.C. – October 7, 2014: The North Carolina Railroad Company (NCRR) Board of Directors has elected Franklin Rouse Jr….

Investments in freight rail infrastructure are key to long-term growth and sustained economic competitiveness of NC. https://t.co/FpBkYOTamu

#NCRR invested $3.5M to replace the 100+ year old Neuse River Bridge, allowing for increased freight rail capacity in eastern NC.

#NCRR's busiest crossing at Sugar Creek Road in CLT will be replaced with an overhead bridge in 2017, funded in part by #NCRR.

A recent report by the @AAR_FreightRail found that 2016 was the safest year ever for U.S. railroads. https://t.co/vTivTY6TAP

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Lead track projects allows you to see an impact beyond a single industry.- S. Saylor, @NCRailroad #MovingNC

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