Intermodal is seen as a "growth market"

06/20/2011 | TheStreet.com

U.S. exports of coal, increased intermodal traffic and the ability to double stack trains along some lines could bode well for the freight railroad industry, writes Joe Deaux. "[There is] a very big sector of traffic that currently moves by truck that could move by intermodal rail," said Daniel Keen, AAR's assistant vice president in policy and economics. "Absolutely no question that railroads ... do see intermodal as a potential growth market."

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