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Green Bay rail ramp still stays in the area's shipping mix

Brown Co. panel to meet this week on truck-train facility on city's west side

10:54 PM, Mar. 23, 2013
Two box cars sit in the train switching yard between South Broadway and 12th Avenue in Green Bay.
Two box cars sit in the train switching yard between South Broadway and 12th Avenue in Green Bay.
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A little-used cluster of rails in Green Bay could get a new lease on life as a loading area for shipping continers moving by hoist between railcars and trucks.

So far, local proponents of the proposal say it appears to be a viable idea.

Members of a Brown County committee are expected to meet with officials from Canadian National Railway Co. this week in an early attempt to get a handle on the possibility of re-establishing a rail ramp near, and under, the Ashland Avenue overpass on the west side of Green Bay. ...

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