Massive state spending and new local transit initiatives make this the right time for Transit-Oriented Development in the Fredericksburg region.
There's something on which Virginia Democrats and Republicans seemingly can agree: Trains. Both sides of the aisle concur that we need more passenger rail traffic, especially along the Interstate 95 corridor between Fredericksburg and Washington.
An unexpected silver lining in the pandemic cloud that has been hovering over the Fredericksburg region for over a year comes courtesy of a $3.7 billion deal the commonwealth signed with Amtrak, CSX and VRE to link Virginia’s populous northeast and southeast corridors.
Residents of Fredericksburg’s Mayfield neighborhood have a good reason to complain about the dozens of tanker cars CSX Transportation has parked near their homes: they can smell the liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and other hazardous chemicals the cars contain.
As segments of society reopen and the world rushes to get vaccinated, more Americans may lose their fear of flying and once again crowd airports and airplanes.
The high percentage of workers in the region who say they want to continue teleworking at least one day a week will have major consequences for area transit operations. The surveys indicate that if that happens, and there is little reason to believe that employers will not allow it, transit ridership will permanently remain below its pre-COVID levels.
Several bridges that connect Virginia to Washington will be closed 48 hours for next week's presidential inauguration.
Jacob Martin Neal, of an unknown address, arrested by sheriff's office for trespassing, forgery, providing false ID, perjury and being a fugitive from justice.
FOR FOLKS who live along the Interstate 95 corridor in Prince William County, the City of Fredericksburg, and Stafford County, it should come …
Amtrak released a new video from Corporate Medical Director Dr. Ann Kuhnen on the health and safety guidelines passengers can expect when traveling with the rail company.
Amtrak is warning of another round of job cuts as it pares back train service amid a stubbornly slow recovery and said it does not plan to ask Congress for enough money to preserve the jobs.
Travelers of Lafayette Boulevard should be prepared for delays as work is set to begin this week on a roundabout just up the hill from the Blu…
This is the time of year when the charter buses at Stafford County-based LW Transportation would be in the midst of the busy season hauling vi…
SAYING THAT improvements to Fredericksburg’s 110-year-old train station are overdue is a textbook example of understatement. A visit there is …
On the heels of the state’s agreement to add a third train track between Richmond and Washington, Fredericksburg officials got some good news …
America's railroad is launching new menus and upgraded accommodations in its place on some of its long-distance trains.
A 54-year-old man was struck by an Amtrak train in South Richmond just before 1 p.m. Saturday, according to Richmond police.
Makeshift diapers. Restless toddlers. Dominoes. Panic attacks.
Amtrak has announced major service interruptions and schedule changes that will be in place for two days next week to accommodate work by CSX that could create delays as long as two hours for all trains arriving at and departing from the Staples Mill Road station in Henrico County.
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