Class I's should be "free" from regulatory threats

03/19/2013 | RailwayAge.com

Class I railroads should be freed from "burdensome regulation" to maintain the U.S. economy's growth, writes Frank Wilner. This year, the Class I's will invest billions in upgrades, "including new facilities to handle growing freight transportation demands," Wilner notes. "These and future investments are at risk should Congress roll back the regulatory freedoms contributing to the renewed financial health of the industry."

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