CSX: $32M track project in Pa. has economic, environmental advantages

04/26/2012 | Northeast Times (Feasterville-Trevose, Pa.)

CSX's $32 million track project for double-stacked shipping between Northeast Philadelphia and Bucks County, Pa., will provide economic and environmental benefits, according to CSX spokesman Robert Sullivan. "A fully loaded double-stack intermodal train can carry the equivalent of two-hundred eighty trucks," he added. "In addition, a freight train can carry one ton of freight nearly five-hundred miles on one gallon of fuel."

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