The National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association (“NRC”) owns and operates the internet domain associated with this website. The NRC recognizes and respects the privacy of users of this website.
The NRC does not collect personally identifying information about individuals except when specifically and knowingly provided by such individuals (such as voluntary submission of an email address or membership information). The NRC will not trade, sell or rent personal information but may collect or provide aggregate statistics about its site and users to other parties. This website logs IP addresses, the type of operating system and browser software the visitor’s computer uses as well as the pages on this website accessed by each visitor.
The NRC uses Google Analytics Data to analyze the collective characteristics and behaviors of our visitors and to measure overall user demographics and site interests.
Our services are not designed for children under 13. If we discover that a child under 13 has provided us with personal information, we will delete such information from our systems.
Your credit card information will be used securely by the NRC and our association management solutions provider (Naylor LLC) for the designated transaction and then destroyed.
You should take steps to protect against unauthorized access to your password, phone, and computer by, among other things, signing off after using a shared computer, choosing a robust password that nobody else knows or can easily guess, and keeping your log-in and password private. We are not responsible for any lost, stolen, or compromised passwords or for any activity on your account via unauthorized password activity.
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The NRC Education Grant program gave us the flexibility to fund graduate students engaged in developing railway-themed youth outreach activities, and documenting these activities to share with others. Thanks to the support from NRC, railway museums and kindergarten-through-grade 12 (K-12) educators have a new tool for attracting a diverse new generation of railway engineering and construction professionals, including traditionally under-represented groups.
Lecturer and Principal Railway Research Engineer Rail Transportation and Engineering Center
RailTEC Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign