Events like the Maha Festival, as well as the many other community activities and organizations Union Pacific sponsors through its Community Ties Giving Program, are important to the future of Omaha. They change how the city is reflected in national conversations, help the region attract talent, and give people another reason to stay living and working here. Read Story
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Union Pacific’s heritage steam program has brought people together through the decades. Across the American West, hundreds – maybe thousands – of communities exist not only because of the hopes of determined settlers looking for a better life, but because of the advent of the steam trains of the 19th century.
Loup Logistics recently landed a spot on Inbound Logistics' 2022 list for excellence as a third-party logistics (3PL) provider.
With the help of Union Pacific’s sponsorship, the National Park Foundation’s Open Outdoors for Kids Program expects to reach over a million students in the next four years, creating a unique opportunity for fourth graders to learn about and explore national parks.
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After a swarm of bees made its home in Union Pacific's Baytown, Texas yard, Nick Sahinen jumped on the opportunity to remove them. Sahinen also used this opportunity to educate his co-workers about the importance of bees in the environment, sharing he looks at bees from the perspective of the good work they do.
Union Pacific’s recently announced agreement with Wabtec Corporation for 600 locomotive modernizations represents the largest-ever investment in modernized locomotives in rail industry history.
Technology is changing the role of the train crew and leading to a more reliable service product for Union Pacific customers. It’s also changing the lives of the people who run the trains.
Union Pacific and nonprofit Safe Kids Worldwide teamed up to drive home an important message for families in a new rail safety video: Model rail safety, because ‘Nothing’ is worth more than your child’s life.
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Cassie Gouger knows what it takes to lead a team and drive results.
Union Pacific’s Air Forced One fleet has blasted snow from tracks and switches for 20 years. Now, it’s not just snow in its path of destruction. This Maintenance of Way equipment is coming off the bench in the summer months to help deal with a different type of challenge for the railroad.
Four Union Pacific locomotives providing service to a San Bernardino sand and gravel mine are running on 100% biomass-based fuel – the first time in Union Pacific’s history that a locomotive is being powered solely by a renewable fuel source made from vegetable and/or animal fats.
People both outside and inside my company have asked why Union Pacific is involved in Second Chance Hiring – the practice of hiring individuals with a criminal record. The following story from one of our employees helps illustrate some of the reasons behind the program and how it can change a life.
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Manager-Yard Operations Taton Griebel believes each day on the job with his Union Pacific team provides an opportunity to grow and become better – safer and more efficient.
Union Pacific recently joined the Cyclyx consortium to partner with the member companies and lend our expertise to develop supply chain solutions for increasing recycling rates and advancing circular economies.
Technology is forever changing the way we live our lives and do our jobs. It’s also changing how we’re working on the railroad.
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Several decades ago, Southern Pacific Track Worker Enrique Soriano Del Rio started a family tradition that lives on today – all five sons followed in his footsteps, embarking on Southern Pacific and Union Pacific careers. Today, a third generation of Soriano's is making its mark.