Calif.'s grade-separation project to improve freight rail traffic

A newly completed crossing project in Colton, Calif., was built to reduce traffic congestion and help improve freight operations of railroads, including BNSF and Union Pacific. The two Class I's helped fund the work. "Projects that help to increase the ability to move goods quickly through the region are important to our overall competitiveness in the global marketplace," said Ray Wolfe, San Bernardino Associated Governments executive director.

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