Shippers, railroads clash over switching proposal

U.S. federal rail regulators have proposed a new rule that would allow shippers without access to other transportation modes to request their freight be moved to a competing rail line. It’s a controversial proposition, one that shippers say will save millions and help them navigate the nation’s intermodal network, but railroads argue it will cost billions and slow the nation’s supply chain.
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