Major upgrade of 75 miles of rail will serve Maine’s resurgent paper industry

- David Leaming/Morning Sentinel

Industry News

A nearly $36 million railway upgrade is planned to improve performance of a critical line in Maine and serve the state’s resurgent pulp and paper industry.

The Federal Railway Administration will cover about half of the $35.5 million being spent to replace aging rails, renovate road crossings, improve safety and fix bridges on a 75-mile stretch of line between North Yarmouth and Waterville owned by Pan Am Railways.


Source: Press Herald


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