To continue making progress on a project. It can also be used in context of making sure a product or service is available.
Example: There were a lot of blockers that came up during the product's development, but the CTO focused on keeping the train moving, so the product could be released on time.
Variations: kept the train moving, keeping the train moving, keep the train on the track, keep the ball moving
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Word: Close It Out
Definition: To mark something as completed.
Example: This task has been fixed, so let's close it out within the task tracker.