Railway engineering reference material and recommended practices for the industry. It contains principles, data, specifications, plans and economics pertaining to engineering, design and construction.
Recommended practices representing current signal practices for new installations and for replacement on existing installations when general renewal or replacement is to be made. It is written in the interest of establishing uniformity, promoting safety or efficiency and economy.
Comprehensive source to establish best practices and policies relative to the assessment of railway bridge inspections. It covers confined spaces, site conditions, loads and forces, nomenclature, bridge decks, timber, concrete and steel bridges, movable bridges, tunnel and culvert inspections, and emergency and post-earthquake inspections.
In-depth coverage of railway fundamentals and serves as an excellent reference. It combines and consolidates the most useful information from sources including: AREMA Manuals; Railroad Engineering by W.W. Hay; Railway Curves and Earthwork by C. Frank Allen; FRA, USDOT and other agency sources.
Consists of plans and specifications that relate to the design, details, materials and workmanship for switches, frogs, turnouts & crossovers, crossings, rails and other special trackwork. This is a companion volume to the Manual for Railway Engineering.
The Proceedings contain all technical papers and presentations presented at the Annual Conferences and Symposiums. AREMA members have complimentary access to the online Proceedings as a member benefit.
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Membership in AREMA demonstrates that you are a professional in your field, dedicated to improving your practical knowledge and interested in exchanging information with your peers in order to advance the railroad engineering industry.
AREMA publishes recommended practices, reference materials, plans and specifications for the railway industry through a variety of publications.
AREMA supports those pursuing college level courses of study related to the engineering and/or technical aspects of the railway industry through student membership, scholarship opportunities and involvement in student chapters at many universities across the United States and Canada.
AREMA offers a career center for both job seekers and employers, the Railway Careers Network. Whether you are looking for your next career move, or to hire a qualified professional, the Railway Careers Network is an easy-to-use resource that delivers excellence.