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Track Projects

PNR RailWorks constructed additional track to expand capacity at NOVA Chemical’s Joffre Railyard, serving one the largest ethylene and polyethylene production complexes in the world.  

PNR RailWorks crews are replacing the power rail on the Expo Line, which runs between downtown Vancouver and Surrey to the southeast. 

PNR RailWorks constructed an expansive rail facility to support increasing demand for crude oil and diluted bitumen by oil producers in Western Canada.

PNR RailWorks provides ongoing track and signal maintenance for Class 3 track along a major route serving the Roberts Bank Superport for “Port Sub,” part of Port Metro Vancouver.

PNR RailWorks performs daily track and signal maintenance on 246 miles of GO Transit track to Class 6 standards and speeds up to 95 mph. GO Transit is the regional public transit service for the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area, with routes extending to communities across the Greater Golden Horseshoe.

One of Toronto’s busiest commuter rail arteries is equipped with new, safer signaling technology along with expanded track capacity necessary to add more trains to handle the growing number of riders.

PNR RailWorks Quebec Inc. provides ongoing track maintenance and repair at most of the terminals at the Port of Montreal and on the Port of Montreal Railway.

PNR RailWorks provides regular  track inspection, repair and maintenance for the majority of the terminals at the Port of Vancouver.

PNR RailWorks has more than 20 years’ experience looking after the tracks at Westshore Terminals, a coal and coke export facility at Roberts Bank Superport Marine terminals, administered by Port Metro Vancouver.

PNR RailWorks helped Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) expand its track infrastructure along a coal route in British Columbia.