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Rail, barge get new lives, funding under New York's infrastructure plan
Underutilized assets to take center stage as the city looks to cut reliance on trucks.  
Driving in the pole position
Trucking in trouble? Authors of the latest "State of Logistics Report" beg to differ.
CSX, North Carolina to build scaled-back intermodal facility
Terminal will not be a hub-and-spoke operation.
The long and the short of it at the AAR
The rail trade group has gone from agnostic to adversarial on the issue of nationwide use of twin-33 truck trailers. Its rationale is puzzling.
Truckload contract rates to end first half with pre-July 4th bang
8 to 12 percent year-on-year gains expected, analysts say.
Truckers sitting in sweet spot as decade winds down, State of Logistics Report says
Truckers seen taking share from rails as technologies drive down costs, improve service, annual report says; transport, inventory costs climbed well above inflation in '17, it adds.
GE Transportation spins off rail unit in $11.1 billion merger with Wabtec
Combination to end GE's long direct involvement with North American rail.
Hamberger, head of AAR, to retire from group in early 2019
Organization has grown in influence during president, CEO's 20-year tenure.
AAR about-face on longer trucks traced to short-line influence, shipper group says
Individual railroads remain neutral on longer trucks despite their trade group's shift, sources say.
AAR, in policy shift, to oppose any effort to change truck size laws
Rail trade group had been mostly indifferent to moves boosting twin-trailer length to 33 feet each.

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