Rail Traffic Rises Compared to Same Time Last Year
US rail intermodal traffic marks an increase compared to the same time last year. The Association of American Railroads has detected a 3.3% increase in traffic.
Rail carload has also increased by 4.3%, which equals a load of 306,988 carloads. Intermodal units are not included in the count. Intermodal trailers moved this year are 264,809.
During the first 7 months of 2014 the intermodal volume increased by 5.9%, compared to 2013. The units moved were 7.7 million.
Nine of the 10 commodity groups AAR tracks increased over last year, except for coal, which declined with 5.7%.
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