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Georgia to open $90 million rail hub tying Gainesville to Savannah port

(Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution, December 3, 2018)

GAINESVILLE, Ga. — State officials unveiled plans Monday to build a $90 million inland port — on land connected to one of Gov. Nathan Deal’s top allies — that’s designed to improve access to Savannah’s booming harbor hundreds of miles away and reduce congestion through metro Atlanta. The Northeast Georgia Inland Port, which will link to Savannah by rail, will be built in Deal’s hometown of Gainesville on a site known as the Gateway Industrial Centre that has attracted a spate of state investment since the governor took office.

Full story: www.myajc.com

Tuesday, December 4, 2018

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