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Canadian National Railway and Canadian Pacific Railway will soon be running each other s trains in and around Vancouver, British Columbia, in a move they railroads say will improve freight flow and service.
The agreement calls for operating direct-to-destination trains that bypass yams, eliminating rail-to-rail handoffs. It will also extend the railroads' existing directional running zone in the Fraser Canyon west to the ports.
"By enhancing service as the Pacific Gateway ports and terminals expand, we are sending a powerful message along the supply chain that coordination and cooperation are critical levers for growth," said CP President and Chief Operating …