A nonpowered vehicle axle that helps distribute the load. (TRB)
Designated tracks auxiliary to the main line used for storage, reversing direction and other rail activities.
A reporter or person doing an interview.
To compact the ballast beneath the ties, usually after raising the track when there will be a void under the ties.
A power machine to tamp track, equipped with vibrating teeth or bars which are thrust into ballast and squeeze it under each tie. Most tampers are also equipped with power jacks to raise the track and a control system to…
Straight track between curves.
Transit Access Pass
A specified segment of the potential or actual (transportation) market (or both) that has been analyzed and selected by a (transportation) provider so that a marketing mix (target marketing) can be directed toward this segment. (TRB)
Rates of fares and rules pertaining to fares.