Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Norfolk Southern officials host tour of intermodal site

GREENCASTLE, Pa.— In Antrim Township, Pa., today’s muddy field is the future’s $95 million rail-truck facility driving the region’s economy. Norfolk Southern officials hosted a tour of their 200-acre intermodal facility site for the media and U.S. Rep. Bill Shuster, R-Pa., on Monday. Construction vehicles continue to snake through the fields off Milnor and Hykes roads, which are near Pennsylvania’s exit 3 of Interstate 81. At the end of next year, Norfolk Southern expects to open the intermodal facility, where 650 trucks will drop off and pick up containerized freight each day. Containers weighing up to 34 tons each will be transferred between tractor-trailers and trains. Continued

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