CN: Investment helps advance Canadian port's $87.5M project

03/12/2013 | ProgressiveRailroading.com

Canadian National has invested $30 million in the "Road, Rail and Utility Corridor" project at the Port of Prince Rupert in British Columbia. The $88 million project recently broke ground and will include construction of a roadway, power distribution system and five parallel tracks. "The growing awareness of Prince Rupert as a North American gateway to Asia has created global interest in the port and the northwest region for investment and commerce," said Doug Ryhorchuk, CN general manager.

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