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SHORT-HAUL SHUTTLE TRAINS COULD DIVERT A MILLIONTRUCKS OFF LOS ANGELES EXPRESSWAYS Trucks could deliver containers faster to closer, local destinations;accommodating freight growth with shorter waiting times CHICAGO–Anacostia Rail Holdings (ARH) www.anacostia.com has released two new reports examining the feasibility and benefits of rail service operating to an inland port for intermodal containers destined within 150
PHL welcomes FRA and Port officials to recognize graduation of engineers and new zero emission locomotive
Pacific Harbor Line (PHL) and the Federal Railroad Administration today welcomed the latest PHL class of locomotive engineers to serve the important role of moving millions of shipping containers 24/7 at the Los Angeles/Long Beach ports complex. Today’s graduation ceremony, with the world’s newest emission-free locomotive stationed in the background, highlights both PHL’s vital
Pacific Harbor Line (PHL), an Anacostia Company, is the recipient of two of ASLRRA’s annual awards, the inaugural Environmental Award and the Veterans Engagement Award. The Association recognized PHL for these achievements this morning at its Annual Conference and Exhibition in New Orleans, Louisiana. “PHL has been a leader in the short line industry in
Anacostia Rail Holdings Company (ARH) announced today that all six of its short-line railroads have become certified Partners of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency EPA SmartWay ® Transport Partnership (www.epa.gov/smartway). Developed by the EPA and launched in 2004, SmartWay is a collaborative framework involving industry stakeholders and environmental groups to track and reduce emissions and fuel