Ports: $20B needed to improve access

The price of improving rail access to U.S. ports is steep, but the price of not improving access may be even costlier. A recent survey by the American Association of Port Authorities (AAPA) found members identified a need in excess of $20 billion during the next decade for multimodal port and rail access, but cited “funding/financing options” as the biggest hurdle.

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