Short lines are learning the ‘SmartWay’ to be green

Twin Cities & Western Railroad recently joined the SmartWay® Transport Partnership, a collaboration between the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the transportation industry, which provides a framework to assess environmental and energy efficiency of goods movement supply chains Twin Cities & Western Railroad/Steve Glischinski

Twin Cities & Western Railroad (TC&W), a regional railroad operating over 229 miles of track and serving some of the most productive agricultural counties in Minnesota, began tracking its fuel usage on a per-carload basis in the 1990s. 


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