Maryland project depends on bridge, tunnel upgrades; CSX urges action

12/2/2009 | Gazette (Gaithersburg, Md.), The

Maryland's $842 million project to connect CSX Corp. rail lines and the Port of Baltimore to new markets will require raising the height of 61 bridges and tunnels to accommodate double-stack cars. CSX spokesman Bob Sullivan urged action now, while freight traffic is down because of the recession. Over the next 20 years, volumes are expected to swell by 70%, he said.

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