Rail Growth Context: Where does Virginia fit?

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In 2008, the amount of freight moved through the Port of Virginia increased nearly 50% over the last decade. The port handled over two million TEUs in 2008, but the future appears even brighter-- APM Terminals can double the existing cargo capacity of the region, and Phase I of Craney Island will add an additional capacity of 1.5 million TEUs by 2020.

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Rail Growth Context: Where does Virginia fit?

  1. 1. Rail growth context: Where does Virginia fit? <ul><li>The National Gateway will provide Virginia with two double-stack cleared routes to Midwest that are necessary to stay competitive and maintain long term growth </li></ul>Sources: PIERS, Port Estimates, CSX

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