Baltimore port hopes rail fix will improve access to Midwest

Excerpt from: Journal of Commerce | By: Hugh R. Morley | May 05, 2016

The Port of Baltimore is hoping a $425 million fix to a low-slung freight tunnel that has for years prevented the use of double-stack freight trains will help jump-start a surge in business by giving shippers better access to the Midwest and make it more competitive with the ports of New York and New Jersey and Virginia.

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The Howard Street Tunnel, Baltimore. Photo Source: JOC