As goes the railroad, so goes the nation

11/9/2009 | Fort Worth Business Press (Texas)

Rail transport serves as a clear indicator of the state of the national economy: transportation of coal, automobiles and forest products all indicate the demand for energy, consumer purchases and housing construction. At present, the decrease in freight rail traffic reflects poorly on the national economy as a whole, writes John-Laurent Tronche. However, in the long run, the U.S. Department of Transportation expects the demand for rail transport to increase 92% between 2002 and 2035.

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