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Regional Railroads

RailWorks crews perform year-round maintenance and capital improvement projects on this short line operating between Chicago and Northwest Indiana.

RailWorks provide ongoing maintenance on a major portion of the 276-mile line.

RailWorks Track Services dedicated itself to a track rehabilitation project on MCRR that enabled the return of commuter rail service to Cape Cod for the first time since the 1980s.

Farmrail hired RailWorks Track Systems to upgrade its track to Class II standards and to expand capacity at key junctures on its line.

In the fall and winter of 2011, RailWorks bridge crews performed structural repairs on 25 bridges for Watco on its South Kansas and Oklahoma Line (SKOL).

In southeast Kansas, RailWorks provided multiple upgrades for the South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad (SKOL), owned by Watco. 

RailWorks crews spent a pair of winter months in southeast Kansas providing multiple upgrades along the Watco-owned South Kansas & Oklahoma Railroad (SKOL). 

RailWorks and another rail construction contractor installed rail and replaced wood ties along 191 miles of New England Central Railroad (NECR) track to accommodate higher-speed Amtrak passenger service.

RailWorks rehabilitated 30 miles of the DM&E line in South Dakota and eastern Wyoming. The line is a portion of more than 60 miles of track from Colony, Wyo., to Rapid City, S.D., acquired from Union Pacific in 1996.

RailWorks worked throughout Kettle Falls International Railway to expand its capacity and to bring it up to FRA operating standards. Formerly part of BNSF, the line operates in northeastern Washington and southeastern British Columbia.

RailWorks, formerly known as Neosho Central America, served as the prime contractor in charge of the entire project to reconstruct the 47-mile Panama Canal Railway. The rehab came after 24 years of inactivity had fueled jungle overgrowth.

RailWorks served as the prime contractor to rehabilitate the lines for 13 RailAmerica properties in the central and eastern United States from 2003 through 2008.

RailWorks undercut the track in eight locations along the line to increase the clearance.

RailWorks served as the prime contractor to rehabilitate the regional lines from 2003 through 2005 and in 2007.

RailWorks served as the prime contractor to rehabilitate sections of the 520-mile rail line.

RailWorks constructed a siding extension for the INPR and the Union County Economic Development Corp. The extended siding serves the Pendleton Grain Growers grain elevator in Alicel.