New York eyes projects to handle rising rail traffic

A freight tunnel across New York Harbor, the expansion of intermodal rail terminals, and a range of track and rail yard upgrades are needed to handle a forecast 35 percent jump in traffic flowing through the New York region by 2040, according to an action plan released last week by the Metropolitan Rail Freight Council.
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