Construction underway on second phase to improve rail access at Wash. port

08/13/2013 | ProgressiveRailroading.com

Work on the second phase of the West Vancouver Freight Access project to create dual-carrier rail access to the port via BNSF and Union Pacific has started at the Port of Vancouver in Washington state. "Initially, the project will include one new rail line, though the structure and foundation are designed to accommodate two rail lines, which will allow for future expansion to take advantage of new opportunities," they said.

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