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Shortage of rail capacity slowing Colorado shipments of coal, wheat

(Source: Denver Post, July 27, 2014)

DENVER — Electric utilities in Colorado have watched their coal supplies drop in recent months because of clogged capacity on the nation's rail lines. The congestion's biggest impact so far is on coal transport, but other commodities such as oil, grain and manufactured goods also are experiencing shipping delays.

Full story: Denver Post

Monday, July 28, 2014

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