Calif. rail plan highlights Class I development programs

02/13/2013 | RailwayAge.com

U.S. Class I railroads' projects worth $15 billion are among the highlights of a preliminary California State Rail Plan, according to Caltrans, the state transportation agency. The plan said the railroads' investments in "maintenance, capacity expansion, locomotives, and rolling stock" are essential to California's economy. The report also stressed the "critical role" of freight railroads to state shippers and the U.S. rail system.

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