October 5, 2018
New Orleans Public Belt Railroad Corporation is proud to announce the launch of our new site, railnola.com. NOPB teamed up with Trumpet, an award-winning branding firm, based in New Orleans, to create the site and modern aesthetic.
September 1, 2018
NOPB launched a new corporate logo, marking the most dramatic change in the company’s visual identity since 1908. Featuring the New Orleans fleur-de-lis, the new logo celebrates NOPB’s synergy with the Port of New Orleans, a partnership started in February 2018. The same vibrant red and subtle blue featured in the original historic “belt” NOPB logo honors where the company has been and its sleek new design looks to the future.
August 3, 2018
New Orleans Public Belt Railroad Corporation (NOPB) is in the process of implementing the Urban Rail Initiative, a companywide program that addresses infrastructure improvements, operations practices and internal and external outreach.
July 10, 2018
Southeast Louisiana Clean Fuel Partnership Recognizes Local Industry
The New Orleans Public Belt Railroad is a proud member of the Southeast Louisiana Clean Fuel Partnership.
Kansas City Southern (KCS) announced a new weekly service between the Port of New Orleans and Wylie, Texas (Dallas-market) beginning May 2018, relaunching intermodal service to this lane for the first time since 2005.
Charles H. Ponstein to serve on the New Orleans Public Belt Railroad Corporation’s Board of Directors.
March 26, 2018
Gov. John Bel Edwards appointed Charles H. Ponstein to the Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans as the St. Bernard Parish representative on the seven-member regional board.
William H. Langenstein, III Appointed to Board of Directors of the New Orleans Public Belt Railroad Corporation
February 22, 2018
Gov. John Bel Edwards appointed William H. Langenstein, III to the Board of Commissioners of the Port of New Orleans and was sworn in during today’s monthly Board meeting.
June 7, 2017
Mayor Mitch Landrieu announced that the Port of New Orleans, the New Orleans Public Belt Railroad and the City of New Orleans have agreed to preliminary terms of a landmark plan that will stimulate economic growth of the Port and local industries by aligning the Public Belt Railroads and its assets under the Port of New Orleans.