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Rail problems east, south have few answers, many obstacles
March 2009
Sunday, March 01, 2009
ATSfloods.jpgRural rail lines in Oregon are the best hope some counties have to support industry, either what little forest products manufacturing that remains, or the potential for something greater in the future.
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November '08 transportation indicators
February 2009
Sunday, February 01, 2009
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Port of Astoria expansion stalls
February 2009
Sunday, February 01, 2009
TonguePoint.jpgIt's an ideal industrial site for a municipal port looking to expand: 30 acres of paved tarmac, five concrete piers, warehouses, hangers, and a deep-water channel that leads straight to the Columbia River.
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At A Crossroad
January 2009
Thursday, January 01, 2009

Transportation1Gov. Kulongoski’s transportation plan could save the economy — but first he must convince Oregonians to pave the way.

BY ABRAHAM HYATT
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Coos Bay port buys railroad, plans for future shipping terminal
January 2009
Thursday, January 01, 2009
After more than a year of vociferous conflict between federal, state and regional officials and the owner of the Central Oregon and Pacific Railroad, the International Port of Coos Bay has said it will buy the 126-mile line for $16.6 million.
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