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Project on track to ease traffic

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High Five
Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Next month, the Port of Vancouver will see construction begin on a rail project that will reduce traffic and delays by adding 7 miles of new track.

The port already gets long trains, of 110 cars or longer, project manager Kim Shaffer said. But it can’t fit the entire train at once.

“They can come in, but they have to be broken in half and loaded on the existing internal storage tracks,” Shaffer said.

Read the full story at the Daily Journal of Commerce.

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