The major U.S. railroads could eventually snatch about 45 million truck loads annually on routes 500 miles or higher, as intermodal infrastructure improves, fuel costs rise and trucking industry capacity tightens, a Cleveland Research senior analyst and partner said Wednesday.
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US Railroads Poised to Grab More of Truckload Market
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