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America’s freight railroads operate the safest, most efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally sound freight transportation system in the world — and the Association of American Railroads (AAR) is committed to keeping it that way. Founded in 1934, AAR is the world’s leading railroad policy, research, standard setting, and technology organization that focuses on the safety and productivity of the U.S. freight rail industry. AAR Full members include the major freight railroads in the United States, Canada and Mexico, as well as Amtrak. AAR Railroad Affiliate and Associate Members include non-Class I and commuter railroads, rail supply companies, engineering firms, signal and communications firms, and rail car owners. Learn more →

The American Railway Engineering and Maintenance-of-Way Association (AREMA) was formed on October 1, 1997, as the result of a merger of three engineering associations – the American Railway Bridge and Building Association (ARB&B), the American Railway Engineering Association (AREA) and the Roadmaster’s and Maintenance of Way Association (RMWA), along with functions of the Communications and Signals Division of the Association of American Railroads. Each of the four groups that came together to form AREMA have, in their own way, built an excellent foundation upon which to base AREMA, whose mission is the development and advancement of both technical and practical knowledge and recommended practices pertaining to the design, construction and maintenance of railway infrastructure. Learn more →

American Short Line and Regional Railroad Association membership consists of over 1,000 companies including Class II and III railroads, railroads that provide railroad switching, terminal and tourist/excursion services and companies that supply goods and services to the short line industry. Some are members of rail holding companies, some are large regional entities, and many are small, family-owned businesses. ASLRRA serves its membership through results-oriented representation in Washington, D.C., and delivers a wide range of industry services and professional development opportunities including training, meetings and conferences. Short line railroads operate 50,000 miles of track or nearly 30% of the national railroad network and handle in origination or destination one out of every four rail cars moving on the national system. Learn more →

Finished Vehicle Logistics magazine is a part of the Automotive Logistics portfolio which focuses on the outbound supply chain. From transport to damage protection, and from yard management to PDI, it covers both the specifics and the overall management of the delivery of finished vehicles globally. Learn more →

As the nation’s oldest freight transportation association, The National Industrial Transportation League has been in the forefront of changes that have helped shape our nation’s commercial freight transportation system. From rail, to motor carriage, through ocean transport and air commerce, the League has been a proven leader in representing shippers’ interests, engaging all sectors of the industry to develop a modern, safe and efficient freight transport system, which meets our country’s commercial needs both domestically and internationally. These cooperative efforts are certain to bring about workable approaches to difficult problems and advance solutions which will benefit everyone dependent on freight transportation. Learn more →

The National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association, Inc. (NRC) is the only trade association organized specifically to serve the needs of railroad contractors, suppliers, and the entire railroad and rail transit construction industry. NRC’s primary objective is to advance the mutual interests of its members and the railroad and rail transit construction industry. Learn more →

The Railway Supply Institute (RSI) is the only all-inclusive trade association for railway suppliers. Representing over 250 companies, RSI acts on behalf of the largest and smallest suppliers to North American freight and passenger railroads. Industry segments include mechanical, communications & signaling, maintenance of way and passenger industries. Learn more →