Founded in 1881, the American Association of Railroad Superintendents serves the networking, education and development needs of railroad operations leadership and management of Class 1, regional and short lines, and passenger railroads as well as representatives of government and regulatory agencies.
AARS members gain the benefits of learning best practices, sharing insights and successes with peers, and expanding their network of colleagues in the railroad industry. The association also welcomes railroad suppliers as valued members and partners in the railroad community.
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