Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) Deputy Administrator Amit Bose visited the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach on December 8, 2021 to discuss recent progress in tackling supply chain issues through collaborative efforts among the Ports, FRA, and rail carriers.
At the Georgia Ports Authority Board meeting Monday, Executive Director Griff Lynch detailed actions that will expedite the completion of 1.6 million twenty-foot equivalent container units in annual capacity.
A vital Canadian National line in southern British Columbia is officially back on the grid.
As Governors make plans to deploy new federal dollars to improve infrastructure in their states and territories, the National Governors Association (NGA) hosted five governors, federal officials and private-sector partners for an Infrastructure Summit to explore best practices and spotlight gubernatorial leadership on the issue.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan led public- and private-sector leaders in breaking ground on the $466 million Howard Street Tunnel expansion project, which will reconstruct the 126-year-old freight rail tunnel to accommodate double-stacked container trains to and from the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore.
RAISE grants continue the quest of elevating railroad lines.
The top news stories of the week ending Nov. 19.
The supply chain has been choked for months, and a long drink of water is the last thing it needs.
Port Manatee has reached agreement for Regional Rail LLC to operate its seaport-owned short-line railroad through at least 2036, with options through 2051, advancing extended business opportunities for Manatee County’s rapidly growing seaport.
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