How to Get a RailConnect Account
- You will need to fill out an application for each individual / user that needs access
- We do NOT recommend companies share usernames. Accounts can have multiple users with access to all the same information
- Individual credentials will prevent delays when accounts need to be reset. Additionally, individual credentials will give companies visibility to what user is submitting information
- Once you are done, click “Save” at the top right to submit the application to us.
- You will receive an email from WabtecOne@wabtec.com with a link to finalize your account setup within 24 hours (please whitelist this address).
- Email email@example.com with questions about your account. Click here for training material.
Login to RailConnect
Through RailConnect, customers can track, manage and administer shipments.
New Rail Connect (RVP) Platform:
Existing RailConnect (ShipperConnect) Platform:
Password Resets and Account Inactivtity
- You can reset your own password by clicking on “Forgot Password” and following the prompts.
- Accounts are purged for inactivity
- If you do not log in to RailConnect for 90 days, your account will be automatically locked
- If you do not log in to RailConnect for 150 days, your account will be removed
- If your account has been purged, you will need to reapply for a new one by following the process 4-step process above.
Customer Success Stories
Recognizing the value in its 19-year relationship with Nucor, Genesee & Wyoming’s (G&W) North Carolina & Virginia Railroad Company (NCVA) undertook a project to upgrade track for 286,000-lbs. capacity along its 56 miles and increase speeds on a substantial portion of the line.
COVID’s crippling impact on the economy forced many railcar owners to seek storage space at levels rarely seen – to the tune of 390,000 cars stored across North America’s rail-freight network by the end of March 2020. Determined to make the best of an unprecedented situation and support its customers, G&W’s Kyle Railroad (KYLE) devised a plan that leveraged its 550-mile footprint across Kansas and eastern Colorado to satisfy the demand and help keep the rail industry’s network fluid.
To many passerby, the scene was likely nothing more than mounds of dirt. But for Maryland Midland Railway (MMID), that dirt translated to big business. In 2017, Carrol County Bureau of Resource Management (CCBRM) approached MMID regarding a project to redirect Little Pipe Creek and create a drainage pond to improve waterflow and reduce downstream flooding in Westminster, Maryland. With the streambed directly adjacent to MMID’s mainline, the county sought shuttle service to haul 70,000 cubic yards of dirt to two locations roughly five miles west in New Windsor, Maryland – a site that was being repurposed into a baseball field and a farm that was undergoing regrading.