For the rail world, it’s the ‘lazy, hazy, crazy days’ of summer 2022

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Carload volumes could start improving later this year. Just how much will depend on a number of uncertain factors, not the least of which is how quickly Class Is can turn around their poor service levels, says FTR's Todd Tranausky.


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