Norfolk Southern launches daily rail service between Port of Charleston and Upstate
November 13, 2013
Railway operator Norfolk Southern today kicked off a daily rail service for moving cargo between Charleston and S.C. State Ports Authority’s new rail yard in the Upstate, officials said today.
The train service allows companies to transport shipping containers to and from SPA’s so-called inland port, a nearly 100-acre facility that opened weeks ago near Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport.
The inland port is a nearly $50 million project with costs shared between SPA and Norfolk Southern.
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