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August 13, 2022
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New rail facility at New York-New Jersey port seeks to reduce truck traffic

Currently, 85% of containers leave the port by truck, and each container leaving the port via rail represents 1.5 truck trips.

New rail facility at New York-New Jersey port seeks to reduce truck traffic
New rail facility at New York-New Jersey port seeks to reduce truck traffic
Supply Chain

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