Revisiting the Heartland Corridor project 11 years later

(Source: American Journal of Transportation, September 13, 2021)

WASHINGTON, D.C. — It’s almost exactly 11 years since the “Heartland Corridor” opened for business, providing an intermodal link from the Port of Norfolk, Virginia to, as the name implies, the U.S. Midwest “Heartland” with Chicago as the nominal end point. In many respects the $391 million “Heartland Corridor” was an ambitious project that now with the Biden Administration’s Infrastructure Bill pending, might prove to be a blueprint – with caveats – for other future intermodal projects.

Full story: American Journal of Transportation

Tuesday, September 14, 2021
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