Union Pacific Reaches Agreement on Engineers’ Work Schedule
OMAHA, Neb. — Engineers who operate trains for Union Pacific will soon have much more predictable schedules allowing them to plan when they are going to be off.
CN Announces Alliance With Union Pacific, Mexican Railroad
Canadian National announced plans to begin rail service in Mexico, the United States and Canada with what the railroad says will be a seamless connection in Chicago.April 25, 2023
Union Pacific Reports Flat Revenue, Income in Q1
Union Pacific Corp. reported flat year-over-year income and slightly increased revenue for the first quarter of 2023.
Union Pacific Looking for New CEO to Replace Lance Fritz
Union Pacific Corp. said it’s looking for a candidate to replace Chief Executive Officer Lance Fritz. A hedge fund that owns a roughly $1.6 billion stake in Union Pacific pushed for his ouster.
Union Pacific Profit Disappoints After Costly Winter Storms
Union Pacific Corp. reported fourth-quarter profit that missed analysts’ estimates as disruptions from winter storms drove up costs.
Shippers Decry ‘Notoriously Difficult’ Railroads at Hearing
Shippers urged the U.S. railroad regulator to create more competition in the industry during hearings in which Union Pacific Corp. was called to explain a spike in service restrictions.
Union Pacific Awards $5.1 Million in Community Grants
Union Pacific Railroad announced the distribution of more than $5.1 million in local grants through a program that promotes diversity, equity and inclusion.November 14, 2022
Union Pacific to Spend $1 Billion to Modernize 600 Trains
Union Pacific, the second-largest U.S. railroad, is spending $1 billion to modernize 600 trains.
Union Pacific Reports Strong Q1 Earnings
While Union Pacific Corp. delivered first-quarter financial results that outpaced Wall Street expectations, talk of service disruptions across its rail network and those of its competitors was top of mind among company executives who soon must answer to the Surface Transportation Board about those delays.
Fertilizer Company Says Union Pacific Limits Will Hurt Farmers
OMAHA, Neb. — A major fertilizer company says the limits Union Pacific is putting on rail traffic to clear up congestion will delay shipments that farmers need during the spring planting season.