Ga. port to boost intermodal capacity with $6.5M rail project

12/8/2011 | Transport Topics

A $6.5 million rail project at one of the Port of Savannah's container terminals served by CSX and Norfolk Southern is expected to boost the port's intermodal capacity, according to the Georgia Ports Authority. "Our two intermodal rail facilities allow rapid unloading and reloading -- and prevent the need for truck hauling from remote rail yards to the port," said GPA Executive Director Curtis Foltz. "This expansion is part of a continual effort to improve our facility and increase efficiency."

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