Doubts persist whether CP-NS merger would reduce Chicago bottleneck

Doubts persist whether CP-NS merger would reduce Chicago bottleneck

Canadian Pacific Railway said its acquisition of Norfolk Southern Railway would improve fluidity through Chicago, but doubts remain whether a tie would do much to free up bottlenecks at the top U.S. freight hub — even if the deal gives CP control of a key belt railroad in the area.

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