BNSF's SCIG would bring "vast" benefits

04/8/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The "vast" benefits of the BNSF's proposed Southern California International Gateway, both economic and environmental, "clearly outweigh the downside," writes the editorial board of the Los Angeles Times. The editors note that within a decade only trucks that are eco-friendly would use the port, air quality would improve, 1.5 million truck trips would be eliminated and thousands of jobs created.

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