CRISI grant helps Little Rock Port Authority kickstart rail-capacity project

A view of North Marshaling Yard, where a portion of 11,215 feet of new track and a new engine maintenance facility will be built at the Port of Little Rock. Port of Little Rock

A freight-rail project backed by a $5.5 million Consolidated Rail Infrastructure and Safety Improvement grant will boost the Port of Little Rock’s capacity in a big way, officials at the Arkansas port say. 


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