Keeping rail freight moving in the bustling Northeast Corridor is a difficult task in the best of times. And even tougher in a pandemic.
The $1.2 billion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act passed by Congress and signed into law by President Biden late last year has been heralded by some as the solution to the problem of how to repair and expand the nation’s crumbling and antiquated system of roads, rails, ports, airports and waterways. One can only hope.
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